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Although this isn't necessary in Photoshop, it is important information for knowing what type of color profiles you should use in Photoshop in order to make your pictures look perfect printed and on the web.
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@dillonk Cool, thanks for the detailed answer. I didn't know there was that kind of profile for every type of paper so that printing would work out well, but that assures me that I can get it printed how I'd like.
@timeturnerjones Yes, if you really want to be an expert in printing you can get pictures from computer screen to physical paper with no changes at all. It's a really satisfying feeling to me, but I understand how that would be SO boring for someone else to learn :)
@timeturnerjones I also must add that I am much more sensitive to the smallest changes that most people wouldn't notice or care about. I'm pretty obsessive about that stuff.
@dillonk hahahhaa well I guess, as they say, obsession can make an expert, right? It's good to learn all the details then!
this is so cool @dillonk! my mom used to be in printing and I've read her old like color theory books and stuff but this helps explain it a lot. it's also really useful for school projects, I never understood the difference before with photoshop. you mentioned a tutorial on papers (ICC profile?) did you do one?