In the New Forest National Park

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by KevinDks, May 4, 2008.

  1. KevinDks

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    Taken within a couple of miles of my house, so a shortage of subject matter isn't a problem, but I'm not entirely satisfied with these. The saturation is different when converted to Jpeg and uploaded to Flickr - not sure how to get it to look the same as it does in Photoshop. But anyway, do they do anything for you?

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    I LIKE THE RAYS OF LIGHT BREAKING IN #3
     
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    Thanks Renair, very kind of you to say so. I think that is the most successful one too.

    None of them look the same as they did when I was working on them as Photoshop PSDs - should have more saturation, but I can't work out why they change when I save them as Jpegs.

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    Set your colour space to sRGB in Photoshop, then when you edit them and save as jpg it should retain the same as what you saw in PS.
     
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    Brilliant, thank you tempra. My scanner software was set to Adobe 1998 and Photoshop to sRGB. Having both on sRGB and re-scanning one of the slides, the 'save for web' conversion doesn't cause as much of a shift in the saturation between the PSD and Jpeg versions.

    Of course they still look best when projected on my Braun Paximat, but you can't have everything!

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