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At WonderCon (convention) in Anaheim, California.

 

Subject, density, composition? (it is a crop)

 

Edit - amazing how the post looks so different in color than the image shown in Photoshop 😕

 

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great detail !

Are you exporting in sRGB? I do not have problems with with the colors of my  images varying between ps and the browsers


Regards,

Armando

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Armando, I 'save' vs export. The Save function says ICC Adobe RGB. The Export has a sRGB, if that is different. I just exported a 1500 px version and post it here, if it makes any difference (will see!).

 

Thanks on the detail. The model had some good moves alright!

 

GB

 

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If you're working in a high gamut colour space in Pshop (like aRGB or ProRGB) then you will see the image differently than on the web, where we have to stick to sRGB which has a smaller colour gamut. When you convert from the bigger one to the smaller one the software will try to approximate the colour it thinks it should display. 

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Thanks Dallas. Still figuring it out. :)

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Here is the (almost) full frame image.


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for proper display of the jpg on the web , you need to go to 

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convert to profile

Destination space: sRGB (or something that starts with that)

 

then go and save the image as a jpg

 

I still think it is easier to do: file , export, save for web
any resizing I'll do it before the export, because it is faster


Regards,

Armando

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Armando - By the way, I checked: it was already selected as sRGB. Just to make sure, I saved another and compared to a previous version, and there was no difference. Ahh.

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