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Essential Photoshop Color Settings For Photographers

Adobe Photoshop is the world’s most powerful (and popular) image editor, trusted by both amateur and professional photographers everywhere to help their photos look their very best. With that in mind, it may surprise you to learn that Photoshop’s default color settings – that is, the settings that determine the range of colors and tonal values we have available to us when editing and retouching our images – are actually preventing our photos from looking the way they should, both when viewed on screen and when printed. In this tutorial, we’ll learn why the default color settings are not the best choice and which settings will give us better results.
Now, I could talk all day long about color theory and wish I still had more time, but I also know I’d risk putting a lot of good people to sleep if I did that. So in this tutorial, we’ll keep the technical stuff to a minimum and focus on what the correct settings in Photoshop’s Color Settings dialog box should be so you can start editing and retouching your images with your newly-expanded range of color possibilities. If you are interested in learning more about these color settings, I’ll be covering them in more detail in other tutorials.

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