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10-27-2004, 11:02 PM
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I just borrowed PhotoShop v7.0 from a friend, so I can try this software that everyone talks about to create my DVD inserts.
Question: Everytime I open an image, it is set to RGB color. How do I open a image in the same color's as the .jpg I downloaded from my camera?
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10-28-2004, 08:43 AM
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JPEG are RGB. Most of them use sRGB colorspace too.

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Sorry, maybe I didn't make myself clear. When I open an image in Photo, the image is a totaly different color than my orginal photo. For exmaple, a brown rock looks green, green grass looks purple. When I use, for example Microsoft Digital Image, the image I pull into the software looks exactly like the image on my hard drive, there is no color difference. When I pull an image into Photoshop, the colors are changed atuomatically to RGB colors, thus brown looks green.
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The camera may use a special colorspace for stills. If this is the case, you may have to extract images with the software that came with it. Then open them in Photoshop after they're transferred.

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