How To: Set Photoshop color settings to sRGB for lab printing

Set Photoshop color settings to sRGB for lab printing

If you are a professional photographer or artist, as great as Photoshop CS3 is, it doesn't do you much good if your print quality and coloring isn't correct. This software tutorial shows you how to set up your Photoshop workspace to be sRGB in the Color Settings dialog for the purpose of lab printing.

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Could someone please explain the difference between "assign color profile" and "convert to profile". Also, should I always work with the "proof colors" on? And should they be set to my monitor or output device? It's all sooo confusing!!!

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