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Posted 07 May 2005 - 05:26 PM

Well, basically I've been editing saved images from Gran Turismo 4 in Photoshop, yet they are much brighter/clearer/different in photoshop compared to the saved file. Seems that no matter what I do, the image will not save the same way it looks in photoshop for whatever reason, and comes out significantly darker. I took a screenshot and edited it in paint so you can see the difference. Anyone know how to fix this?

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Posted 07 May 2005 - 05:31 PM

your sig is way to big mate

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To answer your question; or better said to help you out on the way; you got the RGB Profiles altered or something. You can have a look at them when you click on "Edit" and then Color Settings (I have the german version, so I guess it it's something like that)

Hope this helps a bit.

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Posted 07 May 2005 - 05:42 PM

Have you tried saving it in different formats? It could be just the format you were saving it in.

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Posted 07 May 2005 - 05:42 PM

QUOTE (vALKYR™ @ May 7 2005, 12:31)
your sig is way to big mate

tounge.gif

To answer your question; or better said to help you out on the way; you got the RGB Profiles altered or something. You can have a look at them when you click on "Edit" and then Color Settings (I have the german version, so I guess it it's something like that)

Hope this helps a bit.

I've already messed around with it a lot. I just want it to save the same way it looks confused.gif

@ Luke: jpegs... confused.gif

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Posted 08 May 2005 - 06:55 AM

I have the exact same problem and I've messed with every setting, used Adobe Gamma to "caliber" my monitor and nothing works. This didn't happen when I used Paint Shop Pro... confused.gif

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Posted 08 May 2005 - 12:17 PM Edited by tagamaynila, 08 May 2005 - 12:24 PM.

Go to view > proof setup and check windows RGB, or Macintosh RGB, etc. It'll change into the actual color/brightness of your image which is what it will look like when viewed in the corresponding OS. Do this at beginning so you'll see it as you work. If you see it as darker then that's how it'll look. All you have to do now is compensate by adjusting the image before saving.

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Posted 11 May 2005 - 02:31 AM

QUOTE (tagamaynila @ May 8 2005, 07:17)
Go to view > proof setup and check windows RGB, or Macintosh RGB, etc. It'll change into the actual color/brightness of your image which is what it will look like when viewed in the corresponding OS. Do this at beginning so you'll see it as you work. If you see it as darker then that's how it'll look. All you have to do now is compensate by adjusting the image before saving.

What do you mean by "compensate"? Sorry, but I'm just starting to learn this thing... blush.gif

In the mean time, I changed Photoshop settings to match my monitor's, but I don't think this is the "right" way...

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Posted 11 May 2005 - 02:47 AM

Compensate means to like balance or counter out. It's not a graphics term.

What he is trying to say is, brighten the image before you save it. So when it saves, it won't be as dark.

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Posted 11 May 2005 - 03:40 AM

QUOTE (4ourteen @ May 10 2005, 21:47)
Compensate means to like balance or counter out. It's not a graphics term.

What he is trying to say is, brighten the image before you save it. So when it saves, it won't be as dark.

I'll do the opposite as my images look pale when saved, not dark... notify.gif

Thanks for the info. smile.gif




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