Color settings


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Color settings

Issues surrounding color management underscore everything we do in Photoshop. From the standpoint of wanting to make sure that the colors we produce are accurate. There are many things we can do to help that, such as calibrating our monitor display. And using the best printer profiles we can find when we're printing our own images. But there are also some color settings in PhotoShop that have an impact on how we work from the perspective of color management. Let's take a look at those settings. I'll go to the Edit menu and then choose Color Settings, and once I choose that option, the Color Settings dialog will appear.

Now there are quite a few options here, but actually only need to worry about a few of them. The first is your working space, there are a variety of options available here but only 3 that you really need to consider. Those are sRGB, Adobe RGB, and Pro Photo RGB. For most photographers, I recommend as a general rule, that you use Adobe RGB. This is...

Color settings
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Color settings provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CS6 Quick Start for Photographers

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