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Adobe InDesign / Re: Indesign Black prints different then placed photoshop black
Last post by wonderings -
I tried to replicate this making a new image in Photoshop filled with 100% K. I saved it as a Photoshop PDF. Then made a new document in Indesign and made the entire background 100% K. Then I placed the Photoshop PDF in the middle of that page. I see no difference between the two.

Still think it might be a color management issue.

you will not see a difference in Indesign, I don't. I only see it when I print digitally on our Versant. The image I linked before was a photo of the page after print.
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Adobe InDesign / Re: Indesign Black prints different then placed photoshop black
Last post by Joe -
I tried to replicate this making a new image in Photoshop filled with 100% K. I saved it as a Photoshop PDF. Then made a new document in Indesign and made the entire background 100% K. Then I placed the Photoshop PDF in the middle of that page. I see no difference between the two.

Still think it might be a color management issue.
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Adobe InDesign / Re: Indesign Black prints different then placed photoshop black
Last post by wonderings -
- I have a preflight setting in Indesign that warns me of RGB and have checked the files, they are CMYK.

- Using the separation view in indesign I did look at the colour makeup and both the box problem area and surrounding area are 100% K and nothing else.

- from what I can tell it is a black box with the logo placed in illustrator. I do not have a working file for it but have seen this issue before with 100%K placed into Indesign. It is not noticeable on the screen, only when it prints digitally.

Looking at the colour settings for both InDesign and Photoshop it seems they are identical
Screen Shot 2019-03-07 at 1.14.00 PM by B P, on Flickr

The only thing that looks different is "gray and spot" options in Photoshop.