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try saving your files as an .eps or photoshop file in where you don't have, or much better compression than a jpeg file, and it you can save the profile embedded in the file. Hope this helps.
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Hmmmm... I didn't realize you could display an .eps file on the internet and achieve the color management. I was under the impression browsers didn't use color management even if a profile was imbedded (at least on PCs). I always keep the original in PSD format, but I use .jpg format to display them here, there, and in e-mail. Seems like it should be possible to make the JPGs look like the PSD file, since I've exchanged PMs with people who shot in aRGB and don't have this problem.
I think your answer is right though. I don't remember ever setting any .ICC file for the monitor in PS, so it must be using a default. Apparently whatever it's using is wrong, and it's causing me to produce pictures that have too much magenta in them, since they look just fine and natural in the "color managed" space. I just ordered a Gretag Macbeth Eye-One, hopefully that will help generate an accurate profile.
Here is one of the pictures in question. Here, to me, she looks a little sunburned and pretty contrasty. In the PSD file she has a more natural looking tan, less contrast, and her suit is more on the yellow side of orange:
At any rate, I'm pretty sure that the profile PS is using for my monitor is wrong, and my best solution is to calibrate the monitor, which sadly means spending money on it, but that's just the way these things seem to go. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]