Color Settings in Photoshop CS

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by No Where Man, Jan 24, 2004.

  1. No Where Man

    No Where Man Guest

    I'm trying to fine-tune my settings in order to produce the best color, and
    would appreciate any input.

    For Color Settings, I've seletected the U.S> Prepress defaults. Color
    Management Policies are set to "Preserve Embeded Profiles". FYI, I have the
    Nikon D100, which is set to Nikon's version of Adobe RGB.

    My printer is an Epson Stylus Photo 925. Under "Print with Preview", the
    Print Space is set to Stylus Photo 925, and whatever particular paper I'm
    using (usually Epson's glossy photo paper). Intent set to perceptual.

    I'm finding that if I change the document's source space from the imbedded
    profile - Nikon Adobe RGB (i.e. choose Convert Profile), to the Color
    Settings profile - Adobe RGB - I get better colors. Leaving the documents
    source space as is produces a slight green/blue cast.

    Is it recommended (i.e. would it be a good idea) to change the Color
    Management Policies to "Convert to Working RGB"?

    Thanx!
     
    No Where Man, Jan 24, 2004
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