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Colors in my library change CMYK value and hue yet keep the same HEX and RGB value...

Community Beginner ,
Jun 01, 2024 Jun 01, 2024

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Hi I've got this big issue that the colors I have saved in my library, such as the red in the 3 screenshots, keep same HEX and RVB value, but the CMJN value changes on each photoshop document I open.

Workspace is RVB 8 bits for the 3 of them.

I don't understand... And if i change the CMJN value then the HEX and RVB change... It's very problematic since I was refering to these colors for my line of drawing to keep some consitancy.

Did I miss something?

 

Thanks in advance for your help.

 

Best regards 

 

Eric

 

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Community Expert , Jun 02, 2024 Jun 02, 2024

It's the profile embedded in the file.

 

If the file is untagged, doesn't have an embedded profile, the color is undefined.

 

Look at the status bar at the bottom of the image window. It can (and I would argue should) be set to show the embedded profile:

notification_2.png

 

To define a specific color, use Lab. Lab is device independent and used as a reference color space. The numbers will then be calculated according to the document's color space.

color_2.png

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Jun 01, 2024 Jun 01, 2024

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Numbers are color space specific. They are undefined until associated with a specific icc profile.

 

Same numbers, different color:

 

color-space_3.png

 

Same color, different numbers:

 

color_3.png

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Jun 02, 2024 Jun 02, 2024

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@D Fosse  thank you very much!May I ask you how to associate my color with a specific profile?

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Jun 02, 2024 Jun 02, 2024

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It's the profile embedded in the file.

 

If the file is untagged, doesn't have an embedded profile, the color is undefined.

 

Look at the status bar at the bottom of the image window. It can (and I would argue should) be set to show the embedded profile:

notification_2.png

 

To define a specific color, use Lab. Lab is device independent and used as a reference color space. The numbers will then be calculated according to the document's color space.

color_2.png

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Jun 03, 2024 Jun 03, 2024

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@D Fosse thanks again for all your help, last question : how do I change the profile ? (by the way you are right they are different... See screenshots)Capture d’écran 2024-06-04 à 09.50.09.jpgCapture d’écran 2024-06-04 à 09.50.17.jpg

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@D Fosse : all good, all solve! Thanks a lot!

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