[scribus] Royalty free stock photos
isoul2005 at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 02:05:24 UTC 2013
I do agree with Julian robert. Just pick "printer" and don not forget
to pick "convert spot colors to process color".
On 1/30/13, Julian Robbins <julian.robbins at q-par.com> wrote:
> Hello Lisa
>> Subject: Re: [scribus] Royalty free stock photos
>> Wondered if anyone knew of a good royalty free stock photo website that
>> provided their images in CMYK format. For our printed magazine we have
>> purchasing images fromwww.123rf.com but our printers have said they are
>> RGB. Unless I'm mistaken, I understand that Scribus does not convert RGB
>> CMYK on export to PDF (I'm using 1.4.2) so hoping there are some decent
>> photo sites that provide CMYK format.
> Steffan is correct. Scribus will automatically convert any RGB images
> etc into CMYK, if you choose Export to PDF, Colour tab and pick
> 'Printer'. In this context 'Printer' means a printing firm not the Epson
> on your desk.
> It may be a good idea to set this in your preferences or in a template
> to Export to PDF with Printer chosen for 4 colour CMYK printing then it
> will just default to this setting for you on creation of a new Scribus
> file. If you choose Printer then you also see other different options
> enabling the use of 'spot colours' etc, which may be useful to you.
> If you pick 'Screen/Web' on export to PDF this creates a simple RGB PDF,
> which is fine for digital printing at a Printing firm.
>> Lisa Charles
> Kind Regards,
> Julian Robbins
> Technical Sales and Marketing Engineer
> Q-par Angus Ltd, Barons Cross Laboratories, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6
> 8RS, United Kingdom
> Telephone +44 (0) 1568 612138, Fax +44 (0) 1568 616373, Web www.q-par.com
> IDEAS ENGINEERED - SPECIALISTS IN MICROWAVE and RF ENGINEERING
> (Registered office)
> Incorporated in England No 1826221
> Scribus Mailing List: scribus at lists.scribus.net
> Edit your options or unsubscribe:
> See also:
syamsul "isul" arifin
More information about the scribus