Stochastic screens and filters for Indesign or Photoshop?
November 23, 2004 3:17 PM Subscribe
When I was in school, there was all kinds of big talk in the trades about the miracle of stochastic screening and how it would revolutionize output and direct-to-plate. But it hasn't - at least not that I can see. Why don't packages like Indesign or even photoshop allow you to use irregular / stochastic screens when you go to output? Do I have to use special RIPs and if so is it a purely workflow thing? Are there photoshop filters that emulate the effect on a per-channel basis?