Working with a CMYK photo


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Working with a CMYK photo

New to Lightroom 3 is the ability to import and actually work on CMYK files, and this is a welcome new feature, because in the previous versions we couldn't really access CMYK, or even organize or recognize these files, and this is helpful, because many of us convert our files to CMYK. In this movie we're going to dig into working with CMYK files, because Lightroom can't actually make CMYK adjustments. So we need to get a handle on how this actually works, and whether or not you use CMYK, you're going to find in this movie some helpful tips that will clarify how you begin to work between Photoshop and Lightroom, in regards to editing layer documents in Photoshop.

All right, well, here we have this layered CMYK file. I want to edit this one in Photoshop, so I press Command+E on a Mac, Ctrl+E on a PC and select Edit Original. We've seen this before, right? We'll click Edit. This will open up the layered doc in Photoshop. Let's zoom in a little bit on it, and here...

Working with a CMYK photo
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Working with a CMYK photo provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 3 Essential Training

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Photography
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Lightroom
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