D7100 - I need help solving the "green shadows" in skin tones problem

Started Apr 3, 2013 | Discussions thread
mosswings
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In reply to RudyPohl, Apr 4, 2013

RudyPohl wrote:

RyanBoston wrote:

RudyPohl wrote:

UtenteMac wrote:

Same here, either the problem is in your eyes or your color managed workflow. 

Thanks for your reply.

How do account for the fact that the same images viewed on the same monitor look great in Photoshop, but look terrible in View NX2 and on Flickr?

By the way, we own a desktop publishing/graphics/web design/video production company and work only on high-end, calibrated monitors.

Also, if it's not a problem why do so many people say it is?

Rudy

Sounds like you have AdobePro Photo on as a color space on in your camera. It should be on sRGB for the colors too look normal on VNX2 and Flickr.

I tested this issue years back.

Hi Ryan:

Yes, it appears that you have probably nailed it as did another member who sent me a private message earlier today suggesting the same thing. That is in fact the setting for the color space that I had selected thinking that this was the correct choice since I would be working in Adobe Photoshop. As I recall, this is what the manual instructed me to do in making this choice.

Thanks for this info.

Rudy

So, Rudy, have you retrieved that D7100 from your camera store yet?

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