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Photoshop Colours...please help!


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domyue

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Hi,
I've recently installed a copy of Photoshop CS2 and the colours are not right when I open/scan in a document.
The picture or doc would be too yellow - but if i save and open from windows (not using photoshop), the picture looks normal. How do I make photoshop match the actual colours of the document??

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SRX660

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1. Make sure color space is the same, Is photoshop set for rgb or cymk? RBG files opened in PS that is set to cymk a color shift will occur.

2. Colors built of percentages of CMYK will shift sometimes when entering the Photoshop CMYK color space. This is due to 'gamma' - change your gamma to match up the colors.

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Hi there,
thanks for your message...but i don't quite understand. I'm not that seasoned a PS user...
My pics still come up a little yellow and I don't quite understand the colors profiles etc.

Thanks
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