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Why does this happen? - 11/24/2015 7:32:33 PM   
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I'm pulling my hair out here.

I have photos that photoshop has so kindly enhanced for me, but when I open them on my phone, or upload them to be printed, they revert back to the un-enhanced original version. The enhanced versions are saved into a completely different folder.

Here is an example of what it's suppose to be (on the left) and what it changes to (on the right).

Anyone know how to stop this from happening? Or know why it happens?

They literally change in front of my eyes..... these are actually screenshots taken the moment I open the photo, and then a few seconds later, after it changes.




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RE: Why does this happen? - 11/24/2015 7:37:33 PM   
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And you used the 'Save As' command from File? Save it in a different location maybe then send it to your phone and see if it still changes/reverts... I know I edited a ton of pictures during a recent trip using my iPad and when I transferred them from my iPad to my pc ALL the changes weren't included - I got the original versions.

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RE: Why does this happen? - 11/24/2015 7:49:12 PM   
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Yes, used "Save As' and saved to a different location. I tried sending them by both email and text. I sent them to my iphone and my daughters Samsung thingy, but they all change.
I just don't get it.

Is this an Apple thing I wonder? I'm using photoshop on my MAC. But my iphone should display them properly then. ??

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RE: Why does this happen? - 11/24/2015 9:47:33 PM   
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Kayla, I think it is a color space issue. What color space are you using to shoot the photo? AdobeRGB or sRGB? You may want to change it to the other to see if it makes a difference in your workflow. Or did these photos start out as RAW/NEF files (which don't have an embedded color space). Are you using Photoshop or Elements? Here are a couple of articles that will hopefully explain it a lot better than I could - but it is a very complicated issue.

Color Space.

AdobeRGB vs. sRGB.





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RE: Why does this happen? - 11/30/2015 8:41:14 PM   
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Well...... after reading the info in your links, I took a close look at my photos and discover that the ones that are causing issues have color profiles of either ProPhoto RGB or Adobe RGB (1998).
Some started out as NEF files and some started out as JPG's. (But I'm wondering if these jpg's are the ones I opened as camera raw files. I'm thinking they must be.)

I found the setting for the Color Profile and changed it to sRGB. It was set on Adobe RGB (1998) That has solved the problem. (knocks on wood)

Now I have to re-save my naughty photos.

Thanks Greg!!!

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