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Chapter 18. Managing Color from Monitor ... > Assigning a Different Profile to a D...

Assigning a Different Profile to a Document

Photoshop's color management system must know the color space of the image so it can decipher the meaning of the color values in the image. When assigning a profile to an image, the image will be in the color space described by the particular profile. For example, a document's profile can be assigned by a source device, like a digital camera or a scanner, or assigned directly in Photoshop. When using the Assign Profile command, color values are mapped directly into the new profile space.


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