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They are all the same profile. The name of the profile is sRGB IEC61966-2.1. The other labels are just where they are set: Working RGB says your program is using that RGB mode. Yes you can work in a space that does not reflect the document setting. Document RGB says the document is specifying that RGB mode. They are all the same profile though and result ...


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The way you explain your issue, it seems like you have an embedded color profile in your image and your preferences are set to keep these profiles. When you do a "save for web", it usually removes that profile so the image is lighter. And if you do a normal "save as" and look at the JPG in a browser or a software that doesn't do color management, it will ...


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Also RGB is small clusters/pixels of color on a backlit computer screen, you rely on the light to give you the luminosityand the lack of light to give you the darks. Your process color CMYK as in your inks rely on white paper to give you luminosity and the mix of ink to create the dark hues effectively killing the white paper and so the luminosity. Also ...


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Most likely it is also a low quality file, when you copy it into PS. It is correct that it is due to the compression, sometimes LZW compression. If you have a PDF file of unknown origin and are trying to edit one of the pictures in it, in Acrobat Professional you can go to Export, image, then PNG. This removes all problematic compressions, and you should be ...



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