|Quoting Fiveholer (Reply 2):|
I think it could use a little CCW. I do think it has other problems however, such as dark/contrast and maybe color.
|Quoting D L X (Reply 6):|
I made the mistake of drinking with people from Wales this weekend. Lots of fun, but apparently, the effects haven't worn off.
|Quoting 777MechSys (Reply 16):|
The airplane is pink.
|Quoting D L X (Reply 17):|
The sky is pinkish, that's for sure. But the plane should be pretty close to white. Does it show up pink on anyone else's monitor? And would anyone know why that would happen?
|Quoting Jid (Reply 18):|
Make sure your color work settings are set to sRGB as this is the only color profile Windows based browsers will resolve correctly. Adobe RGB will have a 'washed out' look when viewed via the internet.
|Quoting D L X (Reply 19):|
Here's my normal process:
1) I shoot RAW, with Adobe RGB color space.
2) In CS2, I edit in Adobe RGB color space
3) Before saving a JPG, I convert to sRGB
4) Save and upload.
Is this a problem? I've noticed that the A.net scripts don't seem to like handling any JPG besides those encoded in sRGB.