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Front Page color space

Front Page color space

Front Page color space

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When I color balance a photographic image in Photoshop I am in  sRGB IEC61966-2.1 color space. When I place that same image in Front Page, the color shifts somewhat. Since I'm creating a photographic website, this is unacceptable. Is Front Page operating in a different color space? Can it be changed? Can I set Photoshop to match Front Pages' color space and then balance the image to look right in Front Page? Thanks!

John

RE: Front Page color space

When you say you put the image in front page, do you mean when you look at it in front page or when you look at the page generated by frontpage in the browser.

If it is the former, you needn't worry - frontpage is just a layout tool.  You only need to worry if it is the latter.  If the bowsers cannot cope with your range of colours then there is not a lot that you can do.

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