Stock photo uploaded monochrome pictures are much lighter than the original

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Nov 28, 2016

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Hello there

Could anyone tell me, why monochrome / black and white pictures are much brighter than the original files when I upload them.
These pictures lose the impact when they where brighetened automatically by adobe stock.

Thanks for your answer and regards.

Vanity

Make sure your files are uploaded in sRGB format, they should display normally when done so.

Generally you are better off uploading color versions of your images as opposed to B&W. Most designers prefer to add their own post processing effects including black and white conversions to match their project exactly. As a result, it is more difficult to get black and white content approved fyi.

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Mat Hayward

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Stock photo uploaded monochrome pictures are much lighter than the original

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Hello there

Could anyone tell me, why monochrome / black and white pictures are much brighter than the original files when I upload them.
These pictures lose the impact when they where brighetened automatically by adobe stock.

Thanks for your answer and regards.

Vanity

Make sure your files are uploaded in sRGB format, they should display normally when done so.

Generally you are better off uploading color versions of your images as opposed to B&W. Most designers prefer to add their own post processing effects including black and white conversions to match their project exactly. As a result, it is more difficult to get black and white content approved fyi.

Kind regards,

Mat Hayward

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Hi,

Not really sure but you might want to check out Common Questions, Adobe Stock

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Sheena

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Hi Sheena

Thanks for your replay. But on the common questions, Adobe stock there are no informations

about my problem. Hope somebody can tell me what's wrong.

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Jackie

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Make sure your files are uploaded in sRGB format, they should display normally when done so.

Generally you are better off uploading color versions of your images as opposed to B&W. Most designers prefer to add their own post processing effects including black and white conversions to match their project exactly. As a result, it is more difficult to get black and white content approved fyi.

Kind regards,

Mat Hayward

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