Converting between RGB, CMYK and #nnnnnn
Posted on 2009-04-21
I am a web developer, I occasionally do a little graphics but mostly programming. We hired a graphics company to change our branding (new logo, company colors ect).
Yesterday I was provided the color codes in all three formats (RGB,CMYK and #nnnnnn) for the new colors. I think they got mixed up when recording the color codes.
Photoshop is coming up with different conversions between the formats than what the graphics company provided.
For instance if I enter an RGB provided by the graphics company in Photoshop, Photoshop will display a different CMYK and #nnnnnn than that provided by the graphics company.
Is there any reason why this would be intentional?