3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 6, 2017 4:34 PM by fotonut1

    saved images looks like negatives

    fotonut1 Level 1

      Recently and unpredictably when I look at my saved images in a file they look like negatives (eg reversed) I initially thought this might be due to the fact they were saved while on a non background layer but this was not correct  i then flattened the image  Same result The images are saved as TIF are 16 bit  Can you explain?  The files are usable in photoshop but Pro Show Gold will not open them

        • 1. Re: saved images looks like negatives
          D Fosse Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          That's a bit unclear - do they display correctly in Photoshop or not? Can you post screenshots?

          • 2. Re: saved images looks like negatives
            Martin_Bns Adobe Community Professional

            Can you post a screenshot please and be sure to activate the RGB or CMYK comp channel in the channels palette?

             

            Martin

            • 3. Re: saved images looks like negatives
              fotonut1 Level 1

              THANK YOU FOR THE HELP

              IT IS INTERESTING THAT THIS ONLY OCCURS WHEN SAVING AS ATIF   JPGs and PSD look normal  The JPG and PSD both open normally  in Photoshop as does the strange looking TIF  However I was trying to make a slideshow in PRO SHOW GOLD and theTIF would not work while the JPG and PSD did  Any thoughts would be appreciated

                  On Friday, October 6, 2017, 11:17:25 AM PDT, D Fosse <forums_noreply@adobe.com> wrote: 

               

                 

               

              saved images looks like negatives

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              That's a bit unclear - do they display correctly in Photoshop or not? Can you post screenshots?

               

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