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11/14/2016 09:37:37 PM · #1
I usually save my images as a full .jpeg for printing and sales then save a copy for DPC at 1200px using the export and save for web function in PS CC. Why do the save for web images come out brighter on my screen?

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11/14/2016 10:40:18 PM · #2
Possibly because you are processing in other-than-sRGB; save for web converts from other color gamuts to sRGB, which is the universal standard for screen display. sRGB is not as wide a gamut as Adobe RGB or ProColor RGB, so there will be visible differences.
11/27/2016 06:42:18 PM · #3
Thanks. I adjusted my camera settings to AdobeRGB and the colors seem to be more true when converting for web.
11/27/2016 07:13:17 PM · #4
in a similar vein, where is save for web on Photoshop CC 2017? it doesn't appear as an option below all the saves.
11/27/2016 07:19:21 PM · #5
Originally posted by blindjustice:

in a similar vein, where is save for web on Photoshop CC 2017? it doesn't appear as an option below all the saves.

PS CC 2017
FILE >> EXPORT >> SAVE FOR WEB (Legacy)...
11/29/2016 10:05:52 AM · #6
Originally posted by hahn23:

Originally posted by blindjustice:

in a similar vein, where is save for web on Photoshop CC 2017? it doesn't appear as an option below all the saves.

PS CC 2017
FILE >> EXPORT >> SAVE FOR WEB (Legacy)...


thanks. now all i need is to find that selection bar for all the NIK filters...
11/29/2016 11:05:12 AM · #7
Originally posted by blindjustice:

thanks. now all i need is to find that selection bar for all the NIK filters...

File>Automate>NIK Collection Selective Tool
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