RGB describes the colors of images that are viewed on the monitor. It is the abbreviation for Red, Blue, and Green. It is additive color synthesis through the combinations of lights. If all lights are turned off, the color will be black and if all colors are put on max intensity, white is produced. RGB produces more vibrant and bright colors as compared to CYMK and appear dull, less saturated when converted to cmyk. Majority of the inkjet printers available in the market today print directly from RGB. It is used for visualization purposes and best for display on television, computer, or a lighted sign so files made for screen display should use this color space.

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