Color Space


The Color space is defined as the range of colors an input or output device (scanner, monitor, printer) is able to display. The most popular color spaces are RGB (red, green, blue) and CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, key color).

The RGB color space is mostly used for monitors whereas the CMYK color space plays an important roll in the printing trade.

The Album pro software requires that all images have RGB colors. Otherwise color variations may occur on printing.

If you scan your images or transfer them from your digital camera, your software will save the images using the RGB mode. When the source of your images is unknown, you should check the color space in your image editing software and if required, convert it to the RGB color space.

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