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By default, Photoshop CS2 comes with its color settings set to North American General Purpose 2.

U.S. Prepress Defaults settings (le), NAGP default settings (righ )

  • e suggested color settings

Use Photoshop Color Settings to conrm that Photoshop uses the correct display prole by opening the RGB Working Space menu. Your display prole is listed as Monitor RGB - [yourdisplayprolename]. Don’t choose your display prole from the menu; just make sure that the correct prole is listed. Doing so reduces the chance that you’ll make judgment errors in color correction later.

Be sure your display prole shows up on the RGB Working Space menu, but don’t choose it as your working space.

Aer you’ve changed your color settings, click Save, and then type a descriptive name in the Save dialog box. Photoshop automatically points you to the correct folder for saving Color Settings (.csf) les. If you need to temporarily alter your color settings, you can recover your preferred settings by choosing them from the Settings menu in Color Settings rather than having to manually set each option.

A Color Managed Raw Workflow From Camera to Print

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