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Rotstich beim Speichern als .jpg oder .pdf

New Here ,
Oct 03, 2022 Oct 03, 2022

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Hi, ich habe das Problem, dass meine Dateien beim Speichern als .jpg oder .pdf plötzlich einen Rotstich erhalten. In der Photoshop-Datei ist dieser nicht zu erkennen. Nur bei der Formatumwandlung und dann sehr auffällig. Ich habe schon verschiedene Dateien mit unterschiedlichen Farbprofilen ausprobiert und Druckdateien natürlich als CMYK angelegt, aber es passiert jedes Mal auf's Neue. Was mache ich falsch? 

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Oct 03, 2022 Oct 03, 2022

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What color profiles are you using in Photoshop?

Can you post an example of before and after?

Where are you viewing the jpg or pdf after you save?

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Oct 05, 2022 Oct 05, 2022

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Hello Kevin, thanks for your reply.

This is the picture in Photshop as .psd

Bildschirmfoto 2022-10-05 um 20.54.23.png

and this is the same picture opended in "Vorschau" with Mac after saving as .jpg

Bildschirmfoto 2022-10-05 um 20.56.02.png

Unfortunately print versions will always turn out like the last .jpg version. Less colourful and slightly red.

My used profile is a recomended print profile from flyeralarm

Bildschirmfoto 2022-10-05 um 20.39.44.png

What do I do wrong? 

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Oct 05, 2022 Oct 05, 2022

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sRGB is not a recommended print profile.

If you are converting from RGB to CMYK you can expect a smaller color gamut range that will cause colors to dull.

Convert your image to CMYK in Photoshop first and you will see the difference and closer to what you will get from print.

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Community Beginner ,
Oct 06, 2022 Oct 06, 2022

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Hi Kevin,

i recognised the same Problem. I edit my file and if i export it for Web as a sRGB Jpg the file already looks in the save Window (2 views on) more saturated then the psd file.
Also the preview in the Finder shows them more saturated. 

Do you may have any idea which step i have to fix?

Can´t give any Screenshots due to sensitive Data.

Colormangement:
Working Space: Adobe RGB / ISOcoatedv2 synced with Bridge
Rendering intent: Relativ colormetric (tried also the other options)

PSD File: Adobe RGB
Saved Jpg File: embedded sRGB Profile

System:
Photoshop: 23.5.0
MacBook Pro M1
Eizo Coloredge CG2730 Weekly calibrated
macOS Monterey


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There is no way to oversaturate printing to match RGB.

RGB will not print accurately to CMYK. The gamut/color range for RGB is larger than CMYK.

If your intention is to print, convert or at least preview in a CMYK color space before printing.

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