Re: Wine Label
>>>I would have never thought about a B+W with a spot tint Do they charge less if your using a 10% tint of a pms color vs 100%?
It' won't make any difference. All the burgundy is printed on one plate wether it's at 100% or a 10% tint or any shads in between. Ergo a 2 color job, Black and burgundy.
Thanks for the links on doing spot colors in PS. I've used PMS colors in many PS layouts for things like corporate logos etc., but I know they will eventually print as CMYK in a 4/4 job.
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