Hello Greg I really like your landscape with colors of the end of fall. This is a splendid location.
I have noticed something very strange with most of your recent photos. I'm using an iPad and when I look at your photo in full size colors are the same as with the smaller size photo from the previous view. Normal. Then after one second, the zoom box appears and the colors of the photo change immediately. It is as if the while balance has been changed drastically to much colder tones (~2000 degrees colder). I have tried several of your shots and it's the same with all of them. However I don't have the same issue with photos from other photographers.
Does someone else experience the same phenomena?
I'll have to test it on my home PC as well.
Hi Greg here is the explanation from the Panoramio Support Team.
The user uploaded a jpg in ProPhotoRGB color space
Panoramio strips the Exif from all photos except the original. A browser then will handle it as sRGB which has a lot smaller gamut.
here is the explanation from the Panoramio Support Team.
The user uploaded a jpg in ProPhotoRGB color space Panoramio strips the Exif from all photos except the original. A browser then will handle it as sRGB which has a lot smaller gamut.
This is why your photos appear with modified colors.
Hello Patrick , first thanks for all the gret comments on allthose photo's. Yes I use prophoto rgb, becasue the colours are more true and realistic, but see the difference withthe conversion by google earth to srgb,in the transfer, so I may consider in the future to return to srgb to avoid this problem. cheers greg
patrick I just check my settings in adobe and they are set for srgb, so not sure of what to make of the probelm you are having with my shots, some are neg scan , but most are digtial images. so they are not photo pro rgb as emtioned by the pamoramio team, not sure then what the problem might be ?
Patrick, the other reason could be this is a neg scan from my epson scanner so I will check those settings as well, cheers Greg
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