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Color discrepancy in web uploaded photos

Community Beginner ,
Nov 01, 2011 Nov 01, 2011

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When uploading files to the web saved with ICC profile checked, the uploaded photo looks visibly more warm (orange) than in Elements 9. Has anyone else noticed this? It is most noticeable in photos warmer than 6500 (temperature).

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Community Beginner , Nov 01, 2011 Nov 01, 2011

we finally found our problem was being created by our new monitor. This article explains what was (and still is) happening when opening our files in Internet Explorer: 

http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/1511987

A switch to Firefox was the ultimate solution.

IE and chrome will render everything as sRGB, making them seem super saturated when displayed on adobe RGB monitor.

sigh... back to editing.

thank you.

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Additional information: It is seen when the Color Settings are set to 'Always Optimize for Printing'. If the Color Setting is set to 'Always Optimize Colors for Computer Screens', the uploaded file's colors appear the same as the original file.

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we finally found our problem was being created by our new monitor. This article explains what was (and still is) happening when opening our files in Internet Explorer: 

http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/1511987

A switch to Firefox was the ultimate solution.

IE and chrome will render everything as sRGB, making them seem super saturated when displayed on adobe RGB monitor.

sigh... back to editing.

thank you.

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