|File Type||Photoshop Proof Settings File|
|File Format||Proprietary (Adobe Systems)|
|Usage||Open manually; may run a program or script when opened|
|Popularity||★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ Common|
Photoshop PSF files contain color adjustments that are used when viewing an image in Proof mode. This mode allows you to see how the colors in the document will look on paper, which is often different than how they appear on the screen. You can toggle between the standard and proof viewing modes by pressing Control+Y (PC) or Command+Y (Mac).
About Adobe Photoshop
Photoshop is a popular professional graphics editing program. It is designed primarily for editing raster images, such as digital photos, but also supports vector graphics and 3D images. Photoshop documents may include multiple layers and may be saved in one of many different color modes.
|Published||February 3, 2010|