About Colors

One color printing allows for a single color plus white. White is not considered a color because the graphics and/or images are printed on white paper.

Two color printing allows for two colors plus white.

Three color printing allows for three colors plus white.

The four color printing process results in a full-color reproduction, and is most frequently used when reproducing photographs or full-color artwork. Learn more about four-color printing

Spot colors are used when precise color matching is required. See ‘Proofs and Digital Artwork’ below for more information on color matching. Learn more about spot colors