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Photo vibrance and contrast appears different between my iMac and iPhone?

 
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Jul 13, 2013 19:55 |  #1

Which one should I "believe"? I edit my photos on my 27" iMac, and they look fine on the screen, but when I uploaded it to FB and opened the same photo on my phone, it looks more "pale" on my phone. It's just a tad bit, just less vibrance in the colors and less contrast than what I see on the iMac. I edited it and re-uploaded it, and now on my phone it looks a little bit more like the first one did on my imac, but now that second edited one looks way too harsh on the computer.

Can anyone tell me which of the two you see more balanced or just looks better to you? It's not a great photo but I liked it because it's the only shot he actually smiled in so I wanted to share it on my page.


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I thought that maybe apple products didn't need calibration? I'm probably wrong...

Thanks in advance,
Nora


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All displays display slightly different even the calibrated ones.
Neither one speaks greater than the other.


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