Open and Save files with embedded profiles Photoshop CS6


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Opening and saving files with embedded profiles

Here, we are going to take a look at how we can work with color spaces and color profiles, and how we can work with different type of images. We will be working with these four photographs here that you can find in the Chapter 04 folder. Let's start off in Photoshop. To navigate to Photoshop from the Adobe Bridge, you can click on this boomerang icon here, and that will take you to Photoshop. Next inside of Photoshop, what I want you to do is to navigate to your Edit pulldown menu and then select Color Settings. This will open up our Color Settings dialog.

And I want to do this just to highlight our current working space. Currently the color space that I've chosen is Adobe RGB (1998). I've also asked Photoshop to let me know if there is a profile mismatch. In other words, it will let me know if I open up a file which isn't in this current working space. Well, let's go ahead and click OK here. Let's go back to the Adobe Bridge. You can do so by choosing File and then B...

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 CS6 for Photographers

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