How to Use RGB vs. CMYK color spaces Photoshop


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Using RGB vs. CMYK color spaces

Color correcting a file is a fundamental process in retouching your product shots. This section will show you how to use industry-standard color correction techniques in RGB Color Mode to create the final CMKY image for print. We will also explore the benefits of using Adjustment layers in your files. Taking a look at this file stack RAW, this is starting out in an RGB color space, captured straight from the camera. Looking at this, the colors look fine, but I'm not sure how this will look inside of my CMYK color space. Remember, an RGB color space is a much wider, more deep color space that we have compared to CMYK.

So if I don't adjust for this ahead of time, what may happen is when I go to my final CMYK document, I may end up with a much flatter looking file. The colors will dull and the overall image will just look flat. A couple of things that I can do right now is I can preview this using View > Proof Colors. And preview this in CMYK mode to see if there's any issues going through...

Using RGB vs. CMYK color spaces
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Using RGB vs. CMYK color spaces provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Kevin Stohlmeyer as part of the Processing Product Photos with Photoshop

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