color loss (example included)

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  1. hawkeye

    hawkeye TPF Noob!

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    This has probably been answered before, but I wasnt sure how or what key words to search for it with... maybe someone can link me, or even better help me?

    It seems that I am losing most of my post processing when I upload to galleries (i use TPF gallery, but it seems to happen on myspace as well). I cant figure out for the life of me whats going on.

    I did a screenshot for you to see the difference in color that I'm talking about, it's ruining my photos, or at least how I want them to be seen. Take a look at this. It's a screen capture. Side by side is firefox, with the image displayed in link form from my TPF gallery. Now, look at how I see the image in Adobe Lightroom before I upload it. It also looks the same after I export it to file. It's only after I upload that I get the color loss. After noticing this in virtually all of my pictures that have been uploaded, I am almost left with nothing to do but erase my library, fix this problem and re-up the whole thing...

    any help would be greatly appreciated








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  2. Sw1tchFX

    Sw1tchFX TPF Noob!

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    what's your color space? The internet's gamut is sRGB, LR works in ProPhotoRGB, so you need to make sure you convert before you upload.
     
  3. hawkeye

    hawkeye TPF Noob!

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    thanks, that worked perfectly! That had been driving me mad

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