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    Opened an image in DPP, Photoshop CS and Irfanview just now

    All 3 softwares gave different colours, and when i saved the image in irfanview, the imaged turned out very flat. (Original image had a lot more contrast and colour range)...

    Any of you guys experience the same?
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    When opened Cr2 (Canon raw file) in ACDsee, it always look so dull compare to other softwares I have used. Could be something to do with colour profile

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    Hmmm, a little more info needed. Did you open RAW or JPEG files? Is your workflow color-managed and profiled?

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    I have this observations too, color looks great in photoshop CS Browse windows, but looks dull in iPhoto .. so?

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    I use PS CS and ACDSee 7. you need to make sure that both programs are using the same monitor profile.
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    I think prob due to the colourspace of the software?

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    DPP,breezebrowser u can use monitor profile if you have calibrated. Just look under the preferences or settings

    PS it will use monitor profile set by windows

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    Opened RAW files..

    Also found out tht when I used "Save for web", colours became duller also...
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    Most likely is an issue with color management. If you had shot with AdobeRGB, remember to convert to sRGB first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watcher
    Most likely is an issue with color management. If you had shot with AdobeRGB, remember to convert to sRGB first.
    Yup, just did the settings...colours are consistent now
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