Photoshop Color Settings

You might wonder why Photoshop color settings are included here rather than before the chapters dealing with grayscale and color calibration. The reason is simple. Many people will use the information presented in these chapters and find that they get along much better than they did before, but they still will not want to mess around with the color-management zone in Photoshop or InDesign, which is a much more daunting prospect. It is an area that very few people understand, and if you do not understand it then you cannot really use it effectively. Most people would rather just leave it alone and trust that the Photoshop defaults will not get them into too much trouble. Unfortunately, you cannot rely on this being the ...

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