In addition to making monitor calibration part of your color management workflow, it's equally as important to make sure the Photoshop color settings are correct for the type of images you normally process. If you work with photographs that are meant for a variety of output methods, you need the custom color settings in Photoshop.
You don't want to expend a lot of energy shooting photos only to have them turn out wrong when you output your images to print or screen. Managing color properly can save you the hassle by getting your colors right — so make color settings the very first stop in your image-editing workflow.
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