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Monitor RGB on internet


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avatarjunior
sent on September 04, 2018 (12:44)

Hi dear friends.

Few days ago i purchase an Eizo monitor the ColorEdge CS2420.I work on RGB color space.Colors looks perfect on photoshop but when i need to upload on internet looks terrible...i know internet is for Srgb color profile,i also convert on photoshop the Rgb to srgb and save for web devices but problem exist :( does anyone else working with RGB monitor??

avatarsenior
sent on September 06, 2018 (14:11)

Hi Sirah,

You may try the following check-up procedure:

- close photoshop,
- open Irfan,
- set Irfan COLOR MANAGEMENT to - your current display (the EIZO),
- edit any picture, +save to sRGB, +jpeg
- do NOT close Irfan yet.

Now move the saved file to any laptop or tablet or phone. Look at the result. Does it match your EIZO monitor image as opened in Irfan?

If it does, you have a photoshop calibration / options challenge.

If it does not, you have a (at least) monitor calibration challenge.

Start with making sure the monitor is calibrated fine and your software recognises the monitor color profile. You do it by using alternative to photoshop and comparing the result. Both on the same monitor!

You must first find if the problem is within photoshop setup or rather within monitor setup. And then solve the challenge that be.

I hope this helps you a bit forward.

BTW Be aware that whatever you get on your working monitor will ONLY vaguely remind what other people will see on other monitors. Some 99%+ monitors on PC, Macs, laptops, desktops, tablets and smartphones are NOT calibrated. Proof: walk into any big computer store and watch the screens - you immediately notice huge variation in colour, contrast and brightness.

The remaining 1% of monitors are owned by computer freaks and professional photographers/editors. They are statistically irrelevant and you can disregard their standards ... unless you work for them.

Nico

avatarsenior
sent on September 06, 2018 (15:04)

Here I attached a sample of where the problem is at the other end of the line - when various devices access your image to enjoy the view. It shows exactly the same image, on three different screens, =three experiences!

Get your monitor and photoshop calibrated of course . Just remember what others will see depends on what devices they are using in any given moment. The variation is practically endless.

www.juzaphoto.com/galleria.php?l=en&t=2904306

+Big hug,
nico

avatarjunior
sent on October 01, 2018 (19:47)

thanks guys :)

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