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| p.1 #3 · Suddenly all my images look horrible in FF/Chrome |
Even before you go ahead and calibrate your monitor (never a bad idea), take a look at the color space your jpegs are saved in after all processing and editing changes - is it sRGB or ProPhoto? If you're shooting raw, the color space in your camera is pretty much irrelevant, as far as I understand, and ProPhoto is the export default in LR, IIRC.
The thing is, some browsers (Safari, possibly others) recognize most color spaces and display images correctly regardless of the color space. Others, like Chrome, do not (at least not on PC). Anyway, it's simple enough to check: in Photoshop, any open files in a profile (color space) other than sRGB would have an asterisk after the file name (after the number of bits per channel). To find out which profile it is, you could go to Edit - Convert to Profile, and the name of the current color profile should be right there (in CS3, possibly others).
Just a thought...