Subjective term referring to very small space, thin line or close register. The meaning depends on who is using the term and in what circumstances.
Black separation made to have dots only in the shadows and midtones, as compared to full-scale black and skeleton black.
(1) To photograph or scan a continuous tone image to convert the image into halftone dots. (2) A photograph or continuous-tone illustration that has been halftoned and appears on film, paper, printing plate or the final printed product.
Piece of film or glass containing a grid of lines that breaks light into dots. Also called contact screen and screen.
Lightest portions of a photograph or halftone, as compared to midtones and shadows.
Perfect bound cover scored 1/8 inch (3mm) from the spine so it folds at the hinge instead of, along the edge of the spine.
Abbreviation for hue, lightness, saturation, one of the color-control options often found in software, for design and page assembly. Also called HVS.
Printing defect caused when a piece of dirt or an air bubble caused incomplete draw-down during contact platemaking, leaving an area of weak ink coverage or visible dot gain.
Paper kept in stock by a printer and suitable for a variety of printing jobs. Also called floor sheet.
A specific color such as yellow or green.