- This article won't work properly on mobile devices. If you're on a phone (or some tablets) please wait until you're at your computer to follow this troubleshooter.
- This article is only to be used after you've found and fixed the source of your colour space problems. If you haven't done that yet, go to the first troubleshooter instead.
- This article deals with fixing the colour space of photographs only. If you need help with design files (eg collages, storyboards, business cards, flyers, etc), visit me at Ask Damien instead.
- This article is for files which have been edited in Photoshop or Elements. If you have photos which have only been edited in a raw program, you don't need this article. Just fix the problem in your raw program.
Important first question
I hope I don't offend you, but I have to ask this up front ...
Do you care about the quality of this photo (or these photos, if you have more than one)? Do you care if detail gets clipped, and print quality is reduced?