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Photoshop colour settings - HELP!!!


30 Nov 2008 2:17PM
Can any professional minded person tell me the settings for Photoshop CS3 please. I have calibrated my screen using Eye-One, named my profile with the current date, however still confused as to what settings should be on what in the Photoshop "colour settings" menu. Some people say use "Adobe 1998", some say for sending pictures away to the lab for printing use SRGB 2.1? shouldnt I be using the profile I've just created using my calibration software? It's all too much! If someone could explain from the top please what settings should be used from "Settings" top of page to "Blend RGB colours using gamma" at the bottom, and I'll be your friend for life!!! Im sure I asking for thousands of other people across the UK. All I want is my printed picture to look as it was on the screen!!!

Thank you in advance.

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Henchard e2
9 2.7k 1 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2008 2:38PM
Try here


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here
30 Nov 2008 9:47PM
Chris, and Henchard - true gents!!! everyone out there in the same boat as me look at Henchards second link, priceless!!!!!
Take-a-View e2
10 293 5 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2009 8:01AM
2nd link of Henchard's doesn't work!
Henchard e2
9 2.7k 1 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2009 8:05AM

Quote:2nd link of Henchard's doesn't work!


Yes it does just tried it; although slow to load
Take-a-View e2
10 293 5 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2009 8:16AM
TY Henchard. Just tried again and very slow but got there. A usefil link

Cheers
magnus e2
10 661 5 United Arab Emirates
12 Apr 2009 5:45AM
Thanks Henchard - that 2nd link provided me with lot's of answers too!

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