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Photo difference between Preview and PSE6


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I hope you can help me.

I took this photo and in Preview it looks great. In Photoshop E 6, it takes on a grey cast and looks crappy.

Is there a way to set PSE so that it will look like the Preview upon opening without having to fuss with each photo?

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Is this an RGB or CMYK photo? Preview probably converts it to your current colour profile, but PS keeps its original colourspace.

The PS file will be the accurate one - the Preview one is probably artificially altered.
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Thanks. I figured out that Preview was using Generic RGB profile.
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