OK, that makes sense.
Also, images in PS are open into different COLOR SPACES, such as sRGB, right? And sRGB is capable of producing a set limited gamut of colors. Other color spaces may have wider or narrower spectrums of colors.
So I need to calibrate my monitor, and I've heard good things about the Spyder 3 Pro. It will create a monitor profile then, right? So that my monitor better portrays colors properly on screen, right?
So in PS, under color settings I set my RGB workspace, (sRGB), my CMYK workspace (US Web Coated SWOP v2) and my policies on what PS does in either workspace when a color profile is embedded in the document (preserve it or convert it to the working one)
Is this right so far?
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