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| p.2 #7 · "Crown of the Continent" |
Mark Metternich wrote:
Thanks Chez. I don't want this to turn into a typical, drawn out, photographer discussion/argument about color management and all that, but I just looked at the image through IE and (as I assumed) it is a different world altogether on my monitor. As I mentioned above:
"Lastly, reds are always the worst color management issue for web (in terms of accuracy). If you are on a newer, calibrated monitor (I calibrate to 2.2 gamma, 6500 white point and 120 candelas) and on Safari or Firefox it should be pretty close".
This could be the culprit. Reds are always a...Show more →
You process your images to the point that they are rather 'hot.' Not quite "I'm Peter Lik, my slider goes to 11!" hot, but pretty close. When people mention the saturation, you effectively accuse them of not calibrating their system properly. Why not simply acknowledge, "Yes, I know. That's what I want to do with my images." and leave it at that?
(Firefox, viewed on an old high end Trinitron, with 'pretty close' system calibration. None of your colors are blocked, but they are, by any measure, _rather_ intense.)