thanks in advance for your advice and help.
I have a project where I am converting images from CMYK to Multichannel in order to swap out the Cyan for a PMS color. As soon as I switch to Multichannel, the image reddens up quite some. I know it has to do with the View Gamut in Photoshop, and that it goes away upon the RIP for printing, but it is hard to work with color accurately whit the added Red. Do you know of any way to remove the color shift?
I am on a Mac Powerbook running OS X 10.7.5 with Adobe CS4
Does staying in CMYK, adding a Spot Channel and adding a Layer that hides the Cyan Channel work better?
Thanks for the idea, I did try that and it did not work. It did not give the results you get when swopping a color in the C Channel.
The idea is to send the printer a 4/c file that is PMS-MYK. Hiding the C will make the file look like 5/C and the printer may not know to not print the Cyan.
Thanks for the suggestion.