» Posted on July 30 2009 in Photoshop Sub Category: Color Correcting
This video tutorial goes over the Proof Colors dialog in Photoshop, which allows you to soft proof your images to a given profile so you can see what the image will actually print like. In order to soft proof your images for a given printer, you will need a printer profile made for that printer/paper/inkset. Please only attempt this if you have a good monitor that has been properly calibrated, and you are comfortable with the concept of color management.
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GIMP & IrfanView Color Correcting Using Curves In GIMP (Gimp)
Photoshop Adjusting Contrast With Levels (Photoshop)
Photoshop Fixing Color Casts With Levels (Photoshop)
Proof Colors in Photoshop or Soft Proofing (Photoshop)