Adjusting color settings


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Adjusting color settings

One of the biggest problems that we face as web designers today is something called color shifting. By this I mean that the colors of graphics look differently or shift when they're loaded in a web browser versus what they look like when they're inside of Photoshop. While there are many theories on how to remedy this problem, there is one tried- and-true method that I use especially when I'm creating web graphics. I have to warn you though: no matter what you do, it is impossible for your graphics to look exactly the same across every monitor. Macs, for instance, will display graphics a little lighter by default, as opposed PCs.

And monitors themselves show all sorts of different color shifts and variations based on their individual age and settings. This is not something that you can control and certainly not something that you should beat yourself up over either. The key here is to calibrate your monitor as close to neutral as possible and use the method that I'm about to...

Adjusting color settings
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Adjusting color settings provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Justin Seeley as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Web Design (2012)

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