In this entry for our Design in 60 Seconds series, we take a look at the Lab Color Mode.
You may have heard of the Lab color mode (which isn’t pronounced as “lab.” You say each letter just as you would with RGB or CMYK) but never really knew what it was or why to use it. It’s actually the color model that most closely approximates human vision and has a much larger color gamut than either RGB or CMYK. If you’ve got just a minute, I’ll tell you how it works.
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