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    trying to upload to online printers

    Hi ,

    Hope I am in the correct forum, I am writing for help, tearing my hair out here, I want to upload a file to Digital Works to get a canvas done for a xmas present, and I dont know how to convert from RGB to sRGB...do I have to get some software to do it...
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    most photo editing software does it. What software do you edit your photos in?
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    Hi Rick thanks for the reply I am using Photoshop, after scouring round the answer was really easy, just hope changing it to sRGB doesnt affect the colors...

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    It shouldn't, but you can check in Photoshop's View menu using Gamut Warning and Proof Colors. Am.
    CC, Image editing OK.

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