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how to retain the color in a client's logo when changing from rgb to cmyk

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Feb 12, 2020

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Hi everyone, 

I am working on a project for a client and got a logo from them in pdf & png format, but they are both rgb. 

The logo is a bright blue and when I try to change it to cmyk for print the color changes. 

I have tried in lots of different ways to maintain their color but with no luck. 

I have to keep the color because it is the brand and it is a big company. 

They have already said this is all they have and always use these so it should work

Any ideas?

Thanks!

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how to retain the color in a client's logo when changing from rgb to cmyk

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Hi everyone, 

I am working on a project for a client and got a logo from them in pdf & png format, but they are both rgb. 

The logo is a bright blue and when I try to change it to cmyk for print the color changes. 

I have tried in lots of different ways to maintain their color but with no luck. 

I have to keep the color because it is the brand and it is a big company. 

They have already said this is all they have and always use these so it should work

Any ideas?

Thanks!

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Hi

Can you tell us which application you are using

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New Here ,
Feb 12, 2020

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Hi Sorry you're right.

I tried Photoshop and Illustrator. 

I am uploading a photo of the difference which is too vast to get approval 

from my client so any thoughts would be appreciated. 

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Bright blue can't be printed in CMYK. Ask them for the print specifications of their branding colour. They might require spot colour.

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