Author Sharna Jackson: Bringing diversity into children's books - BBC NewsOne of the biggest challenges for book printers is reproducing photographs in books that are otherwise mostly text. One of the tasks of a book designer is preparing these photos so they reproduce as well as possible. Before you can understand what goes into this preparation, you need to know a little about how photographs are reproduced. Translating the gray tones of a photo into an image that can be printed with just black ink, yet still look like a photo, is accomplished by screening the photographs. Traditionally we used halftone screens, which would produce a dot pattern.
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Electronic book readers may be the future of publishing, but in one important respect, they're still stuck in Almost every e-book reader on the market has a black-and-white display. Most can't display more than a handful of different shades of gray. That's why display makers are racing to bring color to the world of e-books. Their goal is to make Gray's Anatomy and its more than 1, full-color illustrations as interesting as the next Dan Brown novel. The hitch is that color e-ink technologies aren't anywhere near ready for prime time. Amazon chief Jeff Bezos recently told shareholders that a Kindle with a color screen is "multiple years" away. E-book readers have become the hottest consumer products of the year.
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The use of black and white has been widely used in a variety of mediums and book covers in particular have seen a resurgence of this type of design aesthetic. From the earliest days of motion pictures, the film used was black and white with color gradually added from to the s. Considered "retro" and niche now, black and white photography was the norm when photography first got it start in the mids. Once color was available, black and white was the dominate choice of film due to its classic looks and lower cost. Television also got its start in black and white and it wasn't until the late s that color became mainstream. Newspapers, magazines and comic strips also were entirely black and white until the late s.
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