I have spent the past hour looking up similar topics here on the forums and google and have not found an answer- why is it that a book cover illustration I painted in rgb, then converted to cymk, looks fine as cymk in photoshop but craptacular in every other program and when printed on my printer? By crappy I mean the oranges are too saturated and the image is too dark. Photoshop has it's own color profile I know but how do I get it to look the same throughout? Photoshop is my weapon of choice and if it's not showing me what my client will see and print I need to figure this out.
If that's not possible, should I just send the high resolution in rgb to my clients and have them convert it? *cringes*