Choose output Sets Photoshop CS6


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Choosing output settings

When you're ready to either open your image in Photoshop or save out the image, bypassing Photoshop, you want to make sure that you pay attention to your workflow settings. So let's click on this hyperlink to see what those workflow settings are. The first thing that you can change is your working space. This is a little bit of an oversimplification, but I would recommend that if you're going to go into Photoshop, that you definitely want to set your working space to Adobe RGB. If, for example, you had a hundred images that you were going to save for the web or a hundred images you were going to pass to a lab in order to have printed, then you might want to change these workflow options to sRGB.

For now, I'll go ahead and leave this at Adobe RGB. If you are going into Photoshop and you're going to make additional changes, like layers or masking or adjustment layers, I would highly recommend that you take the image into Photoshop as 16 bits per channel if you've s...

Choosing output settings
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Choosing output settings provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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Photography
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