The Problem: You have a lovely graphic, you save it for the web in the standard way, and the colors are way, way off. Usually there is extra purple. You scour the web and alter setting after setting in PhotoShop, all to no avail.
The Cause: It’s not Photoshop problem. For whatever reason the default image previewer uses different color settings than Adobe Photoshop, and this results in a different looking image.
The Solution: Just ignore it. The colors are only different in the preview, not in the final product.
This post originally appeared on the Stronico blog – with the absorption of Stronico into Digital Tool Factory this post has been moved to the Digital Tool Factory blog
Tags: Photography, Photoshop
||Written By Steve French|
I really don’t think this is true. The colour shift occurs in the saved image as well as the preview. I’m looking at it right now