To date I've always designed graphics in RGB mode for use on monitors and tv screens. Now I have to use CMYK mode so that a graphic can be printed. I'd like to use an effect but is only available in RGB mode. Can someone explain why this is so? The only option I can think of is to make the graphic and use the effect in RGB mode, flatten layers and save as a graphic format (TIFF) and confert to CMYK. Do I have other options? thanks
I would recommend a dialogue with your printer in regards to the RGB to CMYK conversion. If this is an important graphic, a good printer will be able to provide you with a much better method of converting
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