OK, I’ve tried it all, and I never seem to get exactly what I need, so I am going to ask for some color correction 101 advice and techniques.
I make my renders in a 3D software. Then I crop and do some tweaking in photoshop. Untill here, everything is ok, and everything is CMYK
The problem comes when I import into Corel Draw (V13). I can’t really undesrtand what my color options have to be like, as to get the same thing in corel and photoshop…colors always change a bit.
But even worse, when I print (I have an HP 5inks printer) things are totally different…
Can anyone tell me the following:
- are my color setting in photoshop OK
- are my color settings in Corel OK
- Should I change into CMYK before printing? If so, should I do it in corel or Photoshop
- in the corel color management dialog, should I use CMYK or RGB?
please help me out…
I have looked at this issue several times, seen more than one explanation on corel color management, and so, but there are just too many parameter, when switching from one soft to the other, and then printing!
Thanks a lot
G -in RGB mode for now, 'cos I can’t print!-