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Chapter 5. Anger Management: Color Manag... > Configuring Your Camera for the Righ... - Pg. 126

The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Configuring Your Camera for the Right Color Space Although there are entire books written on the subject of color management in Photoshop, in this chapter we're going to focus on just one thing--getting what comes out of your color inkjet printer to match what you see onscreen. That's what it's all about, and if you follow the steps in this chapter, you'll get prints that match your screen. Now, I'm not going into the theory of color management, or CMYK soft proofing, or printing to multiple network printers, etc. It's just you, your computer, and your color inkjet printer. That, my friends, we can do. Setting your camera to the right color space: One of the key themes of proper color management is consistency. If you want to get consistent color from your camera, to Photoshop, to your printer, Step One: On the back