If you open the photos in Photoshop you can easily convert the images toQuote:>I have been printing photos taken from my CD-ROM on my Epson Stylus Color
>Printer. These photos are in RGB and appear rather weak in color. I
>understand that if I switch from RGB to CMYK that the color will have more
>Can anyone advise me?
There are a zillion other ways to color correct. A few I might suggest
are using the curves palette, the variations feature (one of my
favorites) or going into the CMYK channels and tweaking them
Hope this helps
Can anyone give me good advice about color balance when adapting an RGB photo
I have a photo from a clipart source that's RGB and it prints fine when placed
in Pagemaker. But I need to provide it as CMYK for a service bureau, and when I
change mode in Photoshop, the image remains fine in Photoshop but the color
balance gets very green in the Pagemaker document.
I've tried to use the Color Balance sliders in Photoshop to compensate, but that
makes it look artificial. Is there an option in Pagemaker that needs a
By the way, my Trinitron monitor and HP1218 printer are in agreement with each
other, but oddly Pagemaker is not in agreement with Photoshop.