Use the right settings in Photoshop
When you’re sure your screen is profiled correctly it’s time to make your design. Create a new Photoshop file and as colour space select AdobeRGB. Don’t use the default setting sRGB as this colour space is smaller and can contain less colours.
Let Photoshop convert your colours when placing external images
You want to make sure that if you place a file in your document, it’s converted to the right colour space. This is a setting in Photoshop.
- Navigate to Edit > Colour settings
- Select AdobeRGB as your default RGB colour space
- At Color Management Policies select Convert to Working RGB
- Check all the check boxes for mismatches
Photoshop will now ask you to convert the color when you’re pasting or placing an image.