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Evertime I save a image in photoshop it's turns out more red than the original PSD

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Dec 05, 2022 Dec 05, 2022

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Hi,

Everytime I save a image to Jpeg, Tiff, PDF, PNG..... in photoshop it's turns out more red in Windows than the original PSD. Save as, export always the same end result.

The problem with this is that te customer also get's this more redish picture, and as they use it in there webshop, print.... it's also redish.

When I'm opening the saved Tiff, PDF, PNG..... file in Adobe Ps, Ai or Id... it opens in the correct colors

original fille is

  • S-RGB
  • 8 bit
  • while saving, cheqbox Color profile is on

so I think I'm taking all the right steps? That it shows the wrong color on my computer in windows, I don't care I always use Bridge and there the color in correct.

But that the customer get's the wrong color is the main problem.

see color furniture

Can someone gif Me some usefull tips?

Koen

See printscreen under

left windows (to red) vs right Ps (color correct)

koen8020_0-1670239074689.png

 

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Dec 05, 2022 Dec 05, 2022

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For continuity of image appearance, you must use application programs that respect the colour management settings properly

(1: read the embedded profile, 2: convert data values to the monitor display profile).

If you are in a situation where a customer must view using a non-colourmanaged application, then working in sRGB colourspace is the best you can do

[it's worth embedding the sRGB ICC profile, just in case your image IS opened with colour management]. 

 

I hope this helps
neil barstow, colourmanagement net :: adobe forum volunteer:: co-author: 'getting colour right'
google me "neil barstow colourmanagement" for lots of free articles on colour management

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Dec 05, 2022 Dec 05, 2022

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You say it's more red "in Windows" but I think it would be better to say it's more red in "some apps on Windows". These will be apps without colour management.  Now, if you want to make happy the people who won't use colour management, there are things you can do

- work and save in sRGB (with embedded profile)

- be relaxed about small differences, because you've chosen to work with inaccurate tools

- make sure nobody is using a wide gamut monitor (these are specialist tools not for use with apps without colour management). 

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Test Screen name is right -

- make sure nobody is using a wide gamut monitor (these are specialist tools not for use with apps without colour management).

Whilst non-colour managed applications continue to exist and are used for image viewing, wide gamut displays present a serious issue. And they are becoming increasingly wide spread - On a wide gamut display used without application colour management an sRGB image file will appear totally incorrectly. For this specific application, an Adobe RGB file would work better, but providers of image files for distribution cannot make the choice between sRGB and Adobe RGB, because they can't know that images will be viewed exclusively on either only standard gamut or only wide gamut screens. 

In future the D3 colourspace might become more widely used, but without colour management issues will persist.

 

I hope this helps
neil barstow, colourmanagement net :: adobe forum volunteer:: co-author: 'getting colour right'
google me "neil barstow colourmanagement" for lots of free articles on colour management

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