Nope, I use Photoshop's "save to web" function I thought that convert the profile automatically.Re; color sat. - are you changing profile to sRGB before saving at web size?
the lighting imbalance is causing her right cheek to be very pale (and the left to be a little reddish)
Nope, I use Photoshop's "save to web" function I thought that convert the profile automatically.
The lighting falloff is unfortunate, because there's no more space to move the light farther away from the subject in my apartment. I will try it somewhere else.
No the light was aimed at her back directly.There is some background light that is spilling onto the subject causing some overexposure - loss of hair and white shoulders.
A nice image though.
I read somewhere that you can minimize flare by raising the key light higher, so I did that.Good job preventing reflections from her glasses.
I did check it once, but didn't see much difference. I am using Mozilla so that might be the problem.loss of colour saturation when you view on the internet is prob down to your browser. If you have checked the ICC profile box when you "Save for Web" or "Save as" jpeg it will not lose any colour quality when you view it through Safari, last time i checked (about 6 months ago) Safari was the only web browser which actually able to do this (although Mozilla was planning to do it with the next update, which may be available by now)
I just started playing around with my speedotron pack, so even "mistakes" look good to me.Well the light is spilling too much over her hair and shoulders.