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hey. for some reason my artwork keeps changing color to an undesirable darker shade everytime i transfer it into my android phone despite the fact the it saved with the appropriate shade of color on my computer .is there a way i can fi

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hey. for some reason my artwork keeps changing color to an undesirable darker shade everytime i transfer it into my android phone despite the fact the it saved with the appropriate shade of color on my computer .is there a way i can fi

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Is your computer monitor color calibrated?  Does your image contain a color profile?

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/working-with-color-profiles.html#Aboutcolorprofiles

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Unless you are color calibrating both screens, the colors are going to be different. Same with any screen that you look at. And while you can calibrate your screens, there is no way to make sure that things appear the same on every screen that it may appear on.

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Moses, calibrate your computer screen, usijg something like i1displayPRO, make sure its not too bright,

convert your image files to the sRGB colour profile and save with it embedded

that’s the best you can do, that’s the industry standard practice

 

I hope this helps

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neil barstow, colourmanagement.net :: adobe forum volunteer
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