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Color Management when Importing Photos

If you’ve set up a color management system within Adobe Photoshop, InDesign can take advantage of it, including reading embedded color profiles of imported images and assigning color profiles. In InDesign CS2, color management is on by default. Go to Edit>Color Settings. From there, you can control how your images are color managed. What does that mean? That’s a whole book unto itself. Check out Bruce Fraser, Fred Bunting, and Chris Murphy’s Real World Color Management from Peachpit Press.

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