Export issues - colour technical problem

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May 26, 2022 May 26, 2022

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Hello,

When I finish my work in TIFF extention and export it to JPGE extetion the colour of the photo is utterlly different from the original. I have sent the same file to I friend to export from his computer but he has the same problem doing it. Can one of you help me?

 

Take care,

Fernando. 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 26, 2022 May 26, 2022

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Hi, show us a screenshot of your work so we can help you...regards

Ali Sajjad / Graphic Design Trainer / Freelancer / Adobe Certified Professional

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May 26, 2022 May 26, 2022

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[image: image.png]
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* Atenciosamente,*

* Fernando Ferreira Leite *

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May 26, 2022 May 26, 2022

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To attach images you need to visit the forum - not reply by email.

Dave

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Hi, Dave.

As you can see the colour of the image modify significantly and it never happened before. Also the settings are the same as always. It doens't make sense. 

 

Tanks,

Fernando. 

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May 26, 2022 May 26, 2022

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This image is all noise. You must view at 100% to get an accurate preview.

 

100% means that one image pixel is represented by exactly one physical screen pixel.

 

All adjustment/blending previews are calculated based on what you see on screen. Zoomed out, that's a resampled and softened version, which means that all those different pixel values are averaged out. In other words, the calculations are performed on false pixel values.

 

It's done this way for performance reasons. In a "normal" photograph it doesn't matter, but it becomes essential for very noisy or binary images with sharp pixel transitions.

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It is intentionally noise. 

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May 26, 2022 May 26, 2022

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Yes, I understand that, I'm trying to explain why you see what you see.

 

You're probably getting a lot of gamut clipping here, if this is converted from something else to sRGB. But you need to check at 100%.

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I understood now. Thank you for your help.

Take care,

Fernando. 

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May 26, 2022 May 26, 2022

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A couple of questions.

1. When you export do you convert to sRGB and Embed the colour profile. You should do both.

2. When you view the exported file are you viewing in a colour managed application. If you are and you did step 1 then it should look the same. If you are not using a colour managed application to view then all bets are off.

 

Dave

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May 26, 2022 May 26, 2022

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You export to JPEG and then view it where? It should and will match the original in all color managed applications if you've embedded the color space into the document. Non color managed applications, not going to match. 


Author “Color Management for Photographers" & "Photoshop CC Color Management/pluralsight"

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