- Jan 8, 2014
- New York, NY
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Righto, one file saved as Silkypix default jpeg, the other in sRGB. I don't think that's the issue. They still look a little bit different contrast wise, to what I'm seeing within SP though. I think it's the browsers playing silly b#ggers
@speedy on my browser both images look the same on my displays. JPEG picture files are typically encoded as sRGB as many programs default to that for output. It is capable of storing color for larger color spaces. Silkypix is likely using some profile as it's default and your browser is using the Windows profile you currently have set as the default, probably the one you made with the display tuning wizard. How the particular jpeg processor deals with it could vary at creation time. On Windows, browsers don't always behave as expected. I ran into this little KB post about that on the BenQ support site just now: https://www.benq.com/en-us/knowledge-center/knowledge/web-browsers-color-management.html
It sucks that color management is such a confusing and cumbersome mess!