Working with an unprofiled RGB image


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Working with an unprofiled RGB image

You may recall the end of the last exercise we were mystified by the fact that our optimized JPEG image High-quality- pont.jpg is so much more vibrant than our original image 1770x780 photo.tif, when the two images should look identical. This optimized image should not grow in saturation. It should not all of a sudden blossom and suddenly turn into a crazy orange aqueduct for example. So here's what's going on. You may recall that the Save for Web dialog box goes ahead and automatically converts images to the sRGB color space.

Meanwhile, our original image was set in the Adobe RGB color space. Now, contrary to what you might be seeing onscreen or at least what conclusions you might draw from what you're seeing, the Adobe RGB space is a heck of a lot more colorful than the sRGB space, which appears more colorful inside of this image. Well, the reason it appears more colorful is this. I want you to take a look at the Title bars for a moment. Notice the original image ends with RGB...

Working with an unprofiled RGB image
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Working with an unprofiled RGB image provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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