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01/29/2015 10:42:54 AM · #1
Hey yall! So I make my adjustments in Camera Raw/Photoshop CC, and when I look at the final result in bridge it looks like I want it. I uploaded the image onto DPC, and the image looked extremely saturated, so I looked at the image in bridge again, and they look completely different. Not sure what is going on here, has anyone else had this issue??

Thanks,

Jamie

This is the image once uploaded...
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This one too

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Message edited by author 2015-01-29 10:44:57.
01/29/2015 10:59:27 AM · #2
Suggest you convert to sRGB color space. Work on a bigger color space, like AdobeRGB or ProPhotoRGB, but always convert to sRGB during export.

Message edited by author 2015-01-29 11:04:12.
01/29/2015 11:06:51 AM · #3
Originally posted by hahn23:

Suggest you convert to sRGB color space. Work on a bigger color space, like AdobeRGB or ProPhotoRGB, but always convert to sRGB during export.


Ok, perfect, Thank you so much. Figured it out I think. : )
01/29/2015 11:15:10 AM · #4
Richard beat me to it
01/29/2015 11:15:22 AM · #5
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01/31/2015 08:02:33 AM · #6
Interesting, I export mine with the Convert to sRGB disabled. It seems to be a hotly contested topic on the web over whether you should, or should not convert when doing a Save for Web and Devices. I have seen enough articles written that all contradict each other, to the point where I don't think anyone can actually know what they should do.
01/31/2015 08:39:43 AM · #7
Originally posted by FromDaRock:

Interesting, I export mine with the Convert to sRGB disabled. It seems to be a hotly contested topic on the web over whether you should, or should not convert when doing a Save for Web and Devices. I have seen enough articles written that all contradict each other, to the point where I don't think anyone can actually know what they should do.

Nearly every Internet browser handles color management differently. The least common denominator is sRGB color space, probably because it is the smallest color space. What you see isnít always what the other guy sees. Even if one embeds color profiles in images, it doesn't necessarily mean a browser somewhere will interpret the image correctly. As a general guideline, images posted for display on the Internet should be converted to sRGB color space to maximize the number of correct and consistent views.
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01/31/2015 11:27:07 AM · #8
I wonder why sRGB is so small on the green side of the spectrum?
01/31/2015 11:34:38 AM · #9
Tick the box it the Save for Web interface that embeds the colour profile in the image - see if that works.
01/31/2015 05:58:53 PM · #10
convert your image to sRGB - BEFORE saving for web.

then the color space will be all set for the save as for web dialog. ie: you aren't asking that dialog to perform the color space conversion.

02/01/2015 05:46:50 PM · #11
i'd also suggest you convert the file from 16bit to 8 bit BEFORE converting to sRGB and BEFORE saving for web.

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