Configuring Photoshop's color settings


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Configuring Photoshop's color settings

Before you get started with serious color work in Photoshop, it's a good idea to double check Photoshop's color settings. When you installed Photoshop, it may have asked you to configure some color settings--although different versions are more or less aggressive about that than others. So in Photoshop, just go to the Edit menu and choose Color Settings. Now if you're using a very old version of Photoshop, say a pre-Creative Suite version, then you probably won't have this. If you're using a version that old, you're not going to have a lot of color management options anyway, so you might want to consider an upgrade.

Color Settings basically let you insure that Photoshop's default behavior is going to be to use the color spaces that you prefer. For example, as you've seen, your camera can be set so that it shoots images and tags them with either the Adobe RGB or sRGB color spaces. There might be times, though, when your camera screws up and doesn't tag the image p...

Configuring Photoshop's color settings
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Configuring Photoshop's color settings provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Inkjet Printing for Photographers

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