I think I've got this color thing figured out! AS some of you may know, I've been showing flat images as of late. I used to have a batch that made my images web ready. And that worked just fine.
On the advice of a dear friend I switched that around so it used the save for web command. When I did that all of my color data went to Adobe RGB. I guess I shoulda listened to my own advice, "If it ain't broke don't fix it."
As some of you may have heard me say earlier, my lab likes Adobe RGB, but really they don't. They like sRGB. So now, I'm really confused [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]. I am using sRGB as my working profile and PS automatically converts it to that w/out asking me. But when I run my batch to save for web, they lose that profile somehow.
So, then I added a setp right before exporting to convert to sRGB again before exporting. That doesn't make any sense. They were sRGB before going into the save for web command, so why wouldn't they be that when they were exported?
And then a little light went off above my head [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img] Maybe there's something in the export dialogue doing it? What's this ICC box all about? Sure enough, if you check that box, the image maintains its color profile, otherwise, it goes to Adobe RGB.
So, long story short. I think I fixed it. Please take a look at this images and tell me what you think.