Soft proofing in Photoshop

Soft Proofing in Adobe Photoshop

One of the hardest parts of printing is getting prints and monitors to work together.  In this video, I do a quick overview of the soft proofing process in Adobe Photoshop which can help you start to understand how your printer and monitor create and translate their colors.  If you have good printer profiles and a calibrated monitor, you can use soft proofing to show you areas in an image that might be more at risk as you move from substrate to substrate.

The video covers some of the key concepts to think about when soft proofing and how to  incorporate soft proofing into your workflow.

February 17, 2016

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