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12/29/2008 12:41:16 PM · #1
Hi,
It looks like there is a perceptible change in colours after the image has been uploaded unto DPC. The same JPG looks very different when in DPS preview window or in PS. Is there some sort of DPC-specific colour profile to keep in mind?
12/29/2008 12:43:11 PM · #2
No DPC specific one, just a web specific one, sRGB. You can use any profile if you are viewing with a profile aware browser, otherwise stick to sRGB as that is what's assumed if no profile is present or a non-profile aware browser is being used.
12/29/2008 01:04:54 PM · #3
Thanks,
There is sRGB IEC61966-2.1 profile in PS Raw converter, but even this slips when I save for web. Perhaps I need to find the web-specific profile and have to install it somehow.
Cheers
12/29/2008 01:39:21 PM · #4
Originally posted by armin:

Thanks,
There is sRGB IEC61966-2.1 profile in PS Raw converter, but even this slips when I save for web. Perhaps I need to find the web-specific profile and have to install it somehow.
Cheers


sRGB IEC61966-2.1 = sRGB

Save for web strips the profile from the file. Just make sure you convert the file to sRGB before you use save for web. If using PS CS3 or later there is an option within the save for web dialogue to do the conversion.
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