- icc profile for photoshop
Re: icc profile for photoshop
Haarm-Pieter Duiker <li...@...>
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Lars is certainly the right person to receive that suggestion...
On Fri, Jan 27, 2017 at 9:55 AM Brendan Bolles <bre...@...
On Jan 27, 2017, at 8:45 AM, Kevin Wheatley wrote:
> sounds similar to us then, do you explicitly assign a profile to the
> displays in the OS or at least use the same profile from the display
> when baking the ICC profile? This is the (ab)use I mentioned in our
> usage - we use a perfect display profile for all our machines so we
> only bake a single ICC for a given look using the same profile - it
> essentially defeats the colour management engine somewhat but means it
> "matches Nuke" (OCIO Display node).
> Our monitors calibration is handled within the monitors.
We always bake to sRGB and have the computers use that as their display profile. Nuke doesn't respect the actual display properties, so we don't want Photoshop to either.
In the past few years Photoshop has added the Color Lookup adjustment layer and artists are starting to turn off color management in Photoshop and use that instead, which matches Nuke exactly.
Would this be a good time to mention how nice it would be if Adobe would add OCIO as an option or let us set an explicit LUT for display? I guess their response would be to tell those smaller companies like Autodesk and the Foundry to adopt their ICC workflow.
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