Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Gamut considerations, part of Photoshop CS6: Optimal Output.
One of the things that's important to keep in mind as you're working with your …images in Photoshop, is that just because you see a color in your photo doesn't …mean you can actually reproduce that color, in print for example. …And in fact, many times it's possible to adjust an image in Photoshop to produce a …color that you can't even see on your monitor. …At the moment, I have my color settings established, so that Adobe RGB is my …working space. That's a reasonably large color space, …and it means that I can apply a wide variety of adjustments.…
And my monitor can probably show me most, if not all of the colors contained within …the image. If however, I was working in the Pro …Photo RGB space for example, then it's quite possible that I could create colors …in the image, that I can't even see on the monitor regardless of my color space. …It's also possible that I could produce colors that are visible on my monitor, or …perhaps not, and that cannot be printed. As an extreme example, let's assume that …
- Getting started with color management
- Early-workflow sharpening
- Output preparation
- When not to sharpen
- Advanced sharpening techniques
- Printing a photo
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CS6 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost10h 30m Beginner
1. Getting Started with Color Management
2. Early Workflow Sharpening
In-camera sharpening2m 27s
3. Output Preparation
4. Advanced Sharpening Techniques
5. Printing a Photo
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