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Chris_L 5 5.2k United Kingdom
16 Nov 2018 1:41PM
This photo has been edited in a wide colourspace but then it's been uploaded to the web without a profile embedded and the colours will look wrong. If you downloaded it and opened it in Photoshop then assigned the correct profile (ProPhoto RGB in this case) the colours should look right.

Version 1 has been edited in Photoshop ProPhoto RGB colourspace, converted to sRGB on save and tagged sRGB (sRGB profile embedded in the JPEG). It should look fine.

Version 2 has been edited in Photoshop ProPhoto RGB colourspace, converted to sRGB on save but no profile has been embedded. Your browser will probably assume (correctly in this case) that it is sRGB and it should look fine.

Version 3 is the worst case scenario and the main photo, edited in Photoshop ProPhoto RGB colourspace, saved as JPEG without an embedded profile. Your browser can't know the true colourspace, will default to sRGB and display it incorrectly

Version 4 is the important one, it's been edited in Photoshop ProPhoto RGB colourspace, saved as JPEG without changing the colourspace but tagged with the correct profile embedded. The original colourspace is preserved, but if the profile gets stripped or ignored then it will then look like Version 3

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