Opening and saving files with embedded profiles


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Opening and saving files with embedded profiles

Here we are going to begin to take a look at how we can open and save our files, so that everything will work well in regards to having a good color managed workflow. One of the steps that's integral to color management is defining your color settings. While we have already talked about that, what I want to do here is simply highlight what my working color space is for Photoshop. In order to show you that, I am going to navigate to my Edit pulldown menu. And then I am going to select Color Settings. This will open up the Color Settings dialog.

And here you can see I have chosen an Adobe RGB (1998). Okay. Well, go ahead and click OK. And next what I am going to do is navigate to Bridge. I will do so by simply clicking on it in the background. Here you can see I am in this folder, 04_color_management, and I have three different images. And I have one that's a JPEG in Adobe RGB (1998). One that's a JPEG in sRGB. And then I also have a Raw file that came directly from my camera.

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Opening and saving files with embedded profiles
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Opening and saving files with embedded profiles provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers

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Photography
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Photoshop
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