Correcting color for the web


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Correcting color for the web

Now that this image has been resized and sharpened, we are ready to work on the color. Now the first thing that we want to do in regards to color, is navigate to our Edit pulldown menu and choose Convert to Profile. We actually need to convert this to the profile of sRGB. You can find that in this list here. It's one at the bottom of the Adobe RGB, Apple, ColorMatch, ProPhoto, there it is. Now we don't need to flatten the image because it is a smart object. I'll click OK, now I have successfully converted that to sRGB. Now I shouldn't see a big change when I do that. Some of you may be thinking why convert to sRGB? Why not use one of the larger color spaces? Well here is the trick, it's going to go there either way, you will have to go there first in order for you to be able to get accurate color.

All right, well the next thing that I like to do is to navigate to my Image pulldown menu and choose Duplicate the image, and let me show you why. We are going to go ahead ...

Correcting color for the web
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Correcting color for the web provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS4 for Photographers

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Photography
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