a color process used in offset printing and color film development.

CMYK inks are mixed and applied to a white (or clear) surface. As opposed to the additive process, each ink subtracts from white to eventually form black. You'll notice that CMYK colors are in-between the RGB spectrum, used in the additive process

this process is best used for print mediums such as flyers color photographs.

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