Hey everyone, I was going to put this in the processing forum, but the answer probably isn't related to that at all. If there was a beginners forum this would definitely belong there. After looking for a long time I finally bought into M43. I've taken a edited a bunch of photos and was hoping to finally start contributing to the forums rather than just asking questions. However I noticed something I must have just been missing when I was using my older camera - my lightroom exports were looking much darker than I processed them in flickr. A quick google search revealed that it's not a problem of the export settings/files but a problem of colour management of programs like windows photo viewer and, alarmingly, google chrome which is what I've been viewing all the photos on here with, and what I (and I assume many others) look at my flickr pictures with. Programs light paint (of all things) show the image as I exported it. So what's the solution? Is there a way to correct the colour management of the different programs I use? I found a few things that didn't work for chrome so far. Should I just lighten my images before exporting them? I feel like this will lose highlight detail for no good reason. Do I just accept that web viewing isn't ideal? If it wasn't clear what I'm talking about, the below image is a good example where chrome completely exaggerates the shadows and loses all detail in the hair etc. Feels like I used some terrible Instagram filter. Thanks!