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Old 01-31-2004, 09:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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This problem has me stumped. I calibrated my monitor as usual then went into PS. All the flesh went to an oversaturated red tinge. So I recalibrated, same thing. Here's the weird part, if I pull up color bars on the internet or look at any graphics or photos on the internet they look fine. That would lead me to believe it is not my monitor but something in PS. I checked and my color management profile is the same. If I leave color balance alone and accept it amd go to print what I see in print preview looks great, no red tint. So I go ahead and print and it prints fine. This makes no sense.

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you are on a PC so please bear with me, I am not overly familiar with your platform.

First, what version of PS were you using before?

Is your default preview space Adobe RGB 1998? If it is, you are probably seeing a far more acute preview - I don't know what spaces are available by name but you may want to change your working color space to your monitors settings. If you are set to default to your monitor's color space, try changing to Adobe RGB 98 or 03. If you do allot of printing to cmyk, you may consider using colormatch as your default space, not my favorite but it is the closest to cmyk from the rgb spectrum. It is the default space for most rgb light imaging systems and doesn't have the oversaturated red of the Adobe 98 space.

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Yes Robert I am on a PC. I have been using PS CS for two months now . Before that I was on PS 7. The strange thing is that images I adjusted and saved in CS just the day before, show up with the same sunburn effect. My color space is Adobe RGB 1998. I'll try colormatch and see what happens. As always thanks for taking the time to give assistance.

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