mackguyver said:and I'm happy to expand on the why for any of the specific adjustments
mnclayshooter said:What secrets are there for website color-management. I assumed that sRGB should be the right output.
mnclayshooter said:I'm not sure how to post an example of what I'm seeing. I can say this... I know for certain that using Firefox or Chrome yields very different results than IE for viewing... with Firefox or Chrome being much more accurate than IE.
DominoDude said:Need to test your ICC handling in various browsers?
That page could have some other useful information as well.
Marsu42 said:mnclayshooter said:What secrets are there for website color-management. I assumed that sRGB should be the right output.
It is. Do you have a wide-gammut monitor? When rendering sRGB on that, you need to be extra-careful - afaik a reason why pure web-devs prefer a high-quality sRGB monitor.
Test web pages: http://www.gballard.net/psd/go_live_page_profile/embeddedJPEGprofiles.html and http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/graphics/colorprofiles/default.html
mnclayshooter said:It dawned on me... just post a screen shot. While not perfect... it does show the difference.
This is the exact same website (hosting one of my photos) with IE on the Left and Firefox on the right.
It really shouldn't be that different. Yet, it is.
Edit: This article seems to explain it - or at least identifies that there is, in fact, a difference, even in color-managed browsers. http://cameratico.com/guides/web-browser-color-management-guide/