Photoshop 2018 - Colour Issue


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ehobbins

New Member
#1
I am designing a scamp for a new website and I have designed all of the assets separately (i.e. banners and so on).

The first issue I have is when dragging the content from one canvas to another I get the error

Are you sure you want to convert colours to a destination document with a colour profile that does not match the current RGB working space? Source Display Destination: Display Working: sRGB IEC61966-2.1

I have looked at the colour management settings and they all match.

Also, jpgs change colour. I am working with a blue #00B7FF, if I drag images canvas to canvas within Photoshop there is no change. As soon as I save as a jpg and drag that image to a canvas in Photoshop it turns a slight greeny colour compared to the original.

At the moment I have to remove the background colour blue from my banner and save it as a transparent png to get around the issue.

I have created banners that I want to add to my scamp artboard. So this is where I am seeing the colour differences.

I can't say I have come around this issue before...any suggestions?
 
Paul Murray

Paul Murray

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Staff member
#3
Also, jpgs change colour. I am working with a blue #00B7FF, if I drag images canvas to canvas within Photoshop there is no change. As soon as I save as a jpg and drag that image to a canvas in Photoshop it turns a slight greeny colour compared to the original.
Check the colour profile used to save the JPEG is embedded into the JPEG. I had a nightmare job a while back with JPEGs looking different to the client. It was related to embedded colour profiles so it could be that.
 
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