I need some help from those of you who are calibrated. I'm having a difficult time. I got a Spyder2Express for free from someone over on ILP, and I'm trying to calibrate. I'm not sure it calibrated correctly. I haven't been told that my photos look green, but they're looking green now on the screen, and on a color managed browser (Firefox).
This one looks terribly green and washed out now. Does it look green to you?
21 by Stephanie.Miller, on Flickr
Here is a screenshot. Firefox on the left and Internet Explorer on the right. What I think looks right is the IE image.
screenshot by Stephanie.Miller, on Flickr
I am at work on uncalibrated monitor, haha, so take this with a grain of salt. I will check again once I get home. The first picture doesn't look green at all. For the second set the IE looks better colorwise than the firefox. I think you have to adjust the firefox to do the color correct. I forget what it is.
Hmmm... it doesn't look green on my uncalibrated monitor at work. I am using FireFox. I would warm up your picture you edited as it looks a bit washed out.
The first image doesn't look at all green to me, nor does your siggy.
The "color managed" and PSE image looks pretty terrible. The IE image looks just fine.
Looks like you need to try calibrating again.
Here is a really good test image to check the color. The color in this image is perfect.
Wife to Rich~ 8/16/03 Mom to Nathan~ 9/30/07
I'm really getting frustrated now. How in the world can these look so different? I went back and re edited this one after calibration to show you. I exported it from LR, then brought it into noiseware and it looked SO red/magenta! I looked at them side by side, and the look completely different.
The bottom one looks so red when it's actually IN noiseware, but when I copied the screenshot into PSE, it didn't have all the red/magenta.