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Oct 04, 2012 22:16 |  #16

I'd like to thank all of you for taking the time to try to help me resolve this issue. I really appreciate your efforts.

tim wrote in post #15077496 (external link)
Looks fine to me. Can you screen shot your windows color settings?

The tif and jpeg look the same to me, in photoshop. The jpeg has sRgb embedded fine.

Just to be clear, the TIFF and JPEG also look the same to me in Photoshop. The problem I'm seeing isn't a TIFF vs. JPEG issue per se. It has to do with the exact same JPEG file looking much differently in different applications. And, when I printed the image, the print was of the "blood red" variety rather than the red-orange version I see in Photoshop which has me doubting what I'm looking at in Photoshop. (I just opened the JPEG in DPP and it looked very red and very different from how the exact same file looks in Photoshop.)

Also, when I view this thread in Chrome or Firefox, Kirk's images look red-orange to me. When I view this thread in IE9, his images look blood red.

Are these the Windows color settings you wanted to see?

IMAGE NOT FOUND
IMAGE IS A REDIRECT OR MISSING!
HTTP response: 404 | MIME changed to 'text/html' | Byte size: ZERO


http://btbeilke.smugmu​g.com …BPbd9h3/0/O/i-BPbd9h3.jpg (external link)

IMAGE NOT FOUND
IMAGE IS A REDIRECT OR MISSING!
HTTP response: 404 | MIME changed to 'text/html' | Byte size: ZERO

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Oct 04, 2012 22:22 |  #17

What make/model of monitor do you have?


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Oct 04, 2012 23:29 |  #18

tim wrote in post #15081645 (external link)
What make/model of monitor do you have?

I do all of my photo editing on a Dell Precision M6400 laptop. (This is a "workstation replacement" laptop that is pretty high-end in terms of graphics. In my day job (mechanical design engineer/project manager), I do a lot of 3D solids modeling on this computer.) The display is a 17.1 inch, 1920x1200, WUXGA, RGB LED Edge 2-edge glass display.

The odd thing is, I've had this computer for a little over 3 years now and have never seen (or at least noticed) this problem before. However, as I mentioned previously, we did recently replace the nVIDIA Quadro graphics adapter in this laptop.


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Oct 05, 2012 00:47 as a reply to  @ BTBeilke's post |  #19

http://www.color.org/v​ersion4html.xalter (external link)
is your system icc v4 ready?




  
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Oct 05, 2012 00:51 |  #20

Is it a wide gamut display? I doubt it...


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Oct 05, 2012 01:18 as a reply to  @ tim's post |  #21

While you have your i1 colorimeter placed on you display and plugged into USB port, you have option in i1Match software to set up ICCv4 or v2 (Check to see which one you are using). It is hidden until you plug in the colorimeter. Also download latest i1 Match software. Check if latest gpu driver and always restart your system..




  
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Oct 05, 2012 05:05 |  #22

Your PS color settings are okay, although I'd tick the "mismatch" and "missing profile" boxes: That will give you a warning if something is 'off'.
http://www.getcolorman​aged.com …nagement/pscolo​rsettings/ (external link)

Use sRGB for web, and a color managed browser.
http://www.getcolorman​aged.com/color-management/saveforweb/ (external link)

IE9 is not color managed: It assumes sRGB for monitor profile:
http://www.sevenforums​.com …color-management-ie9.html (external link)

DPP needs to be told what monitor profile to use (in the prefs). If you do that, it should look identical (and correct) to PS or Firefox for instance.

Edit: Downloaded the tif file. Looks identical to the screenshots in post #9, comparing in Photoshop and fully color managed Firefox.
Looks like the right image in post #1.

The screenshot in post #1 has sRGB embedded. Why? Did you assign your monitor profile, then convert to sRGB? Otherwise it tells us nothing.


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Oct 06, 2012 00:52 |  #23

tim wrote in post #15081995 (external link)
Is it a wide gamut display? I doubt it...

From the Dell website:

The M6400's chassis and optional RGB LED edge-to-edge 17" screen with 100 percent Adobe® color gamut support gives you the tools you need to work at the speed of thought.


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Oct 06, 2012 04:07 |  #24

I guess that's pretty wide. I wonder if that's the problem. I may drag out my color management book and have a read, but I don't know if that book covers that - it's not in the index unfortunately.

If Rene can't help then I doubt I can. You'd probably need to find a real guru. I know a couple but they're on professional forums. There must be a color management forum somewhere.


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