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Hello,

 

I should start off by saying that all my color settings on my monitor, laptop, and photoshop are all set to the exact same sRGB profile.

 

For some reason, when I go to export an image as a .png, the colors get shifted DRAMATICALLY and I have been searching for hours with no answer.


Can someone please offer some advice/help?

 

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Photoshop Colors Completely Off

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Hello,

 

I should start off by saying that all my color settings on my monitor, laptop, and photoshop are all set to the exact same sRGB profile.

 

For some reason, when I go to export an image as a .png, the colors get shifted DRAMATICALLY and I have been searching for hours with no answer.


Can someone please offer some advice/help?

 

See attached screenshots for reference.

 

Screenshot 2020-11-01 203635.pngScreenshot 2020-11-01 203803.png

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Hi use the same color profile which is in orginally in document not from Photoshop....regards

Ali Sajjad

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sRGB

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You need to check "embed color profile". That's the checkbox just below "convert to sRGB". Both these boxes should always be checked.

 

If you do that, Export and Photoshop will match.

 

To get a match and a correct representation outside Photoshop, use only applications that support color management. A viewer like Windows "Photos", for instance, is not color managed and will not display correctly, ever, under any circumstances.

 

Whatever you do, don't change anything in Photoshop Color Settings.

 

If you still suspect something's wrong, you may have a bad monitor profile. If you're not using a calibrator, monitor/laptop manufacturers distribute their own generic profiles through Windows Update, and these profiles are very often inaccurate/defective. The proper fix is to use a calibrator, but if you don't have one, replace the current profile with sRGB IEC 61966-2.1. It won't be accurate, but better than a broken profile. Relaunch PS when done:

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