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Problem with colors in the .psd file

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Mar 04, 2024 Mar 04, 2024

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Hi. I have a problem with colors in photoshop. I work in social media and I constantly use one .psd file (this is my template), which I edit and paste photos into it.

 

The problem I have is that when I place a photo in my .psd file, it loses saturation. In the visualization below I have provided an example of what it looks like:

 

image - 2024-03-04T232455.727.jpg

 

- Number 1 is a photo of shoes downloaded directly from the Internet.
- Number 2 is a photo of the shoes pasted into my .psd file.

 

I place photos in the following way: file -> place.. (when the photo appears, its quality is already broken). Saving in different extensions doesn't help.

 

Is there any way to fix this? So that photos pasted into a .psd file do not lose saturation and have their original color? Thank you very much in advance for your help!

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Mar 04, 2024 Mar 04, 2024

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What is the ICC profile associated with the template PSD?

 

What is the ICC profile associated with the image that you place?

 

Please post a screenshot of your Colour Settings.

 

As you re-use a template with placed images, the template and possibly the derivative files will tend to bloat with photoshop:DocumentAncestors metadata over time.

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