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the colors look totally different and flat once I see the pic in my browser... I wonder why that is?
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VerticalDubai Featured By Owner May 25, 2011  Professional Photographer
I don't know whether you have solved that issue with different colors in the meantime, but I reckon it has something to do with the color profile of your camera compared to what the browsers are familiar with. Anyway, for me that seemed to be the reason. I used a Adobe sRGB setting in my camera which was no good for showing the images on the web. Now I shoot my pics in sRGB IEC61966-2.1 and everything works out fine. Hope that helps.

Great picture BTW!! :dance:
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Oatmeal15 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
this is so cool! awesome shot. :D
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havocPigeons Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009  Student Digital Artist
it's really cool,i love the blues and i love how it gose from dark to white(though i'm not sure thats what you were going for,if it was Good job!)
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denkyo Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2009  Student Photographer
yes, I thought that gradient would look nice^^ thank you! :)
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havocPigeons Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2009  Student Digital Artist
your welcome:)
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x-FuzZ Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
this is really good, nice color.
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slime-unit Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009
Love it. Is there any chance of bringing back some detail in the +exposed top half or would that ruin the effect?
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elgarbo Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009   Photographer
Shooting RAW? I find the same problem. I usually have to copy and paste the image into a new file and save it separately to get around it.
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denkyo Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2009  Student Photographer
really? good to know I'm not the only one with that problem... but sadly, your method didn't work out for me (I tested it by simply opening the jpg file in my browser), thank you anyway^^
However, I found yesterday that it's possible to set up some "color-proofs" in the "view" tab in photoshop, and that there is a "windows-RGB" proof. when I select that option, the colors turn dull and desaturated, just the way they look in my browser... I haven't done it yet, but I guess the solution is to edit the colors while working in that "windows-RGB" proof...? Give it a try! :nod:
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