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Chapter 10. Sharing and Archiving Files ... > Preparing Files for the Web

Preparing Files for the Web

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If you are creating color exclusively for the Internet, you should consider using sRGB as your working space profile within applications such as Adobe Photoshop. This will save you the step of converting the image to the sRGB working space.


The best way to prepare your files for the Web is to convert the color data from its working color space to the target color space after you've edited the image. For example, if you intend to post an image to a Web site, you would convert the image to sRGB and embed the profile in the image. This ensures that the file is in the correct color space for the medium; the profile will be used by any color-management-aware application, such as Adobe GoLive, that supports color management by recognizing and embedding profiles in images.


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