RGB not CMYK for images

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Even if you’re storing images that will later be printed, you should save and upload your images in the Adobe RGB colourspace.

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Going to the effort of converting RGB images and storing as CMYK doesn’t make a lot of sense, because pre-press, print workflows and commercial printers do their own RGB to CMYK conversions.

The printing company will then be able to adjust the image and convert to CMYK to suit their own particular device and printer profiles.</p>

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RGB not CMYK for images

Even if you’re storing images that will later be printed, you should save and upload your images in the Adobe RGB colourspace.

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