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    Default why is there a difference?

    just now, after I pped an image and had save it in jpeg to about 140kb file size at 6"x8"x72dpi, when i open the image again, it looks ok.

    but after i upload it to multiply and cs, the image becomes very under-expose.

    but if u look at the 3 images in this thread that i posted, they looks as per what i see after the pp.

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=715676

    pls advice me. thanks.
    Last edited by denniskee; 23rd June 2010 at 05:02 PM.
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    Like your 2 towers, but unable to advice.

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    Default Re: why is there a difference?

    this is what i mean

    Sunset

    everything becomes under-expose. tried upload this to multiply, same thing happened.


    Temptation

    Note the blurrness is because i link this shot from multiply.
    Last edited by denniskee; 23rd June 2010 at 06:41 PM.
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    i cant see much difference between the 2 photos for "temptation".

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    Default Re: why is there a difference?

    There's a slight blurr to the 2nd shot. This & the underexposed shot could it be due to the website multiply? It might be.
    Take the shot!

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    could be color space problems

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    Default Re: why is there a difference?

    no lar, i not referring to the blur or color, but the exposure.

    the "Temptation" looks like how it is when i open the original file saved for web uploading.

    but the "Sunset" looks very under-exposed. in the original file, the buildings, bridge, canal wall and boat are not so dark. the difference is easily 2-3stop.
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    I couldn't see any change in exposure between the 2 version of Temptation. Why don't you post 2 version of the ones that show a problem?
    Last edited by jaegersing; 23rd June 2010 at 07:18 PM.

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    Default Re: why is there a difference?

    Try reposting using Flickr.

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    Default Re: why is there a difference?

    Quote Originally Posted by jaegersing View Post
    I couldn't see any change in exposure between the 2 version of Temptation. Why don't you post 2 version of the ones that show a problem?
    that is the problem. even if i post the original, it will still show up as what u see here.



    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    could be color space problems
    i am using sRGB lay.

    Question is, why did it change after uploading to the net?



    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Try reposting using Flickr.
    upload to Flickr also same problem.

    btw, pls advice how to link the photo to cs?
    Last edited by denniskee; 23rd June 2010 at 11:35 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee View Post


    i am using sRGB lay.

    Question is, why did it change after uploading to the net?
    what browser are you using, and what version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    what browser are you using, and what version?
    u mean internet browser? firefox
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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee View Post
    u mean internet browser? firefox
    what version?

    for flickr posting, please search for threads i started, and look for the guide in newbies articles and guides section.

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    Default Re: why is there a difference?

    thanks nm

    this is the one uploaded to Flickr, no diff from the one in multiply & cs gallery.
    Last edited by denniskee; 24th June 2010 at 02:23 AM.
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    Default Re: why is there a difference?

    help pls??
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    Default Re: why is there a difference?

    How about uploading other photos? See if the same thing happens?
    Take the shot!

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    Default Re: why is there a difference?

    Quote Originally Posted by madmartian View Post
    How about uploading other photos? See if the same thing happens?
    if you look at the 2 photos in post #03, taken with same camera canon g2, same sRGB, only afew weeks apart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee View Post
    if you look at the 2 photos in post #03, taken with same camera canon g2, same sRGB, only afew weeks apart.
    Ya, I meant other photos other than these two and see if it gives the same results
    Take the shot!

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    u uploaded to cs gallery?

    just guessing...it could be the engine (GD) used to convert images to thumbnails and loses resolution?

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    Default Re: why is there a difference?

    I used to have this problem as well but it was due to Adobe RGB color profile in my CS3 Raw converter settings. Even though you are already on sRGB, you should still try to convert again before you save.

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