4. Color Settings
Color management is one of those subjects that can quickly make anyone feel stupid. If you’re under the delusion that you can use Adobe Photoshop without using color management, this chapter is a must-read. Without understanding how Photoshop handles color behind the scenes, there’s no way to get great color (or black-and-white) images out of this program.
Although the color management system in Photoshop uses mathematics that approach rocket science, using the tools that control the system is fairly simple. You just need to understand a few key concepts, learn where the buttons are, and use common sense in deciding when to push them.
The last chapter described the unfortunate truth that RGB and CMYK are very ambiguous ways ...