Getting images to look just right online involves many factors. First, understand that your images (and your website) will look different on different monitors and on different browsers. We highly recommend that you look at your site on a different computer such as at your public library or a friend's, before spending oodles of time perfecting how it looks on your computer.
You can find lots of info online by researching color profiles and color managed web browser .
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This may not be a perfect fix, as that would require a complete understanding and compliance with the Color Management process.
|NOTE: sRGB profile is the image profile that is used for online images. This is done automatically by the internet. When someone has used an embedded profile in Photoshop, images must be saved as sRGB for web use.|
Choosing a color space: sRGB, Adobe RGB and ProPhoto RGB
explains the 3 most common color profiles and what they are used for.
There are three most common color spaces: sRGB, Adobe RGB and ProPhoto RGB. Each has a different range of tones, brightness and colors it is capable of operating with and each is used for different applications.
1. sRGB (aka sRGB IEC61966-2.1): mostly beneficial for screen viewing
2. Adobe RGB (1998) – suitable implementation of full color management in Photoshop software. Typically carries more information for print. However, there are some complications associated with using this color space that you should be aware of.
Adobe RGB is not supported by all browsers. If you intend to place your images online it is most likely that people viewing your images will see them in slightly different colors if the file is in Adobe RGB color space.
Adobe RGB compresses colors and only special image viewing software’s can expand it back to reproduce all the colors in full gamut, all of the rest of the programs do not support this color space and will make the image look dull. So when you share your images, remember to convert them to sRGB.
3. ProPhoto RGB – was created by Kodak for advanced image reproduction on print. This color space is only recommended for photographers who have a very specific workflow and who print on specific high-end inkjet printers which can take advantage of such a high range of colors.
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