Posts Tagged "photoshop"

VIDEO: What Color Profile Should I Assign in Photoshop?

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VIDEO: What Color Profile Should I Assign in Photoshop?

Assigning an RGB color profile in Photoshop will have a great effect to how your images are displayed and printed. There is a big difference between sRGB and Adobe RGB color gamuts. Adobe RGB has a larger color gamut than sRGB and will produce more saturated color. However, it’s not meant for all RGB images. This VIDEO tutorial will step through the confusion of which RGB color profile to use with your images in Adobe Photoshop CS. Most digital cameras save images...

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VIDEO: Digital Dimensional Printing Files – RGB workflow

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VIDEO: Digital Dimensional Printing Files – RGB workflow

This VIDEO tutorial will demonstrate how to create files in Adobe Photoshop CS for Digital Dimensional Printing. This tutorial will focus on the process of using an RGB workflow for Digital Dimensional Printing. Digital Dimensional Printing is a raised, high gloss, spot coating that is applied inline on our digital printing presses. Digital Dimensional Printing creates textures to your printed designs. Digital Dimensional Printing provides a very unique marketing advantage...

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VIDEO: Digital Dimensional Printing-Coating Files – CMYK workflow

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VIDEO: Digital Dimensional Printing-Coating Files – CMYK workflow

Digital Dimensional Printing is a raised, high gloss, spot coating that is applied inline on our digital printing presses.  Digital Dimensional Printing creates textures to your printed designs. Digital Dimensional Printing provides a very unique marketing advantage to your printed collateral. These settings will ensure print-ready PDFs for faster turnaround times and no output errors in prepress. Have you ever felt printing like this before? Please leave a comment...

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Embedded Profile Mismatch When Opening an Image in Photoshop

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Embedded Profile Mismatch When Opening an Image in Photoshop

When opening an image in Photoshop, you may be asked about embedded profile mismatch. You will be asked whether to keep an embedded profile, convert profile or ignore profile. The reason there is an embedded profile mismatch is because a photographer/designer had an intended appearance of what that image should look like. These embedded profiles should be honored. Another safe option would be to convert to your ‘working’ color space when opening an image to...

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