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I was wondering what are your thoughts on Getting a pantone book. I do a lot of printed graphic design and wondering if it would be worth the money.
If so which one do i get?
Very worth it. Get the formula guide or any that has process and spots.
I've got the Color Bridge series. Super helpful if you want to know the closest match for CMYK, RGB and html.
The app is good too: https://www.pantone.com/mobile-apps
@Miss_Spiked - Sounds good where did you get yours from?
I too use Colour Bridge Coated and Uncoated … Just buy it direct online from Pantone. It's where I got mine from about 9 months ago (needed updating mine as the last colour books I were using were from 1995!).
I sent emails to several supposed Melbourne distributors of Pantone products and never heard anything back. Or they were way more $$$$$ than buying direct.
It ships then from Hong Kong in a few days.
I think I got mine from Image Science: https://imagescience.com.au/products/pantones
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