Quick photoshop question

Discussion in 'Graphics Programs and Photo Gallery' started by domromer, Feb 5, 2008.

  1. domromer

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    Usually when working in PS I'll resize then save for web.

    I'm going to start doing a quick sharpen after my resize and before I save for web.

    My question is how to I convert it to srgb before I export it, and should I be converting it to srgb before I start working on it if I already know I'm going to be sending a copy to the web?

    I was under the assumption that when you press save for web it automatically coverts it to srgb. Not the case as I found out. It remains an rgb file.

    Your thoughts?
     
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    I have mine set to default to be sRGB.

    Just to clarify your question, are you asking how to convert it.. or when to convert it?
     
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    Both..When I'm going to save something as a jpeg. Do I covert it before I start actually working on the file. And how do I actually convert the file from adobe rgb.

    update..I just changed all my settings, my camera is srgb, lightroom is srgb, and now photoshop is srgb. We'll see how this goes.
     

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