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    Senior Member iphong's Avatar
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    I have wondered that when i design a banner in Photoshop then i use "save for web" to save my banner in JPG format, it's much difference from my original psd file.
    Any ideas in making real color for the web
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    Don't use a "Web Palette" when saving graphics for the web. Most computers support a full palette nowadays, and today's browsers will do palette recalculation themselves when they encounter more colors than are supported by the system.

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    If your problem is color calibration, though, you might want to try "Flatten Image" and "Save As". This will bring up a different JPG encoder than the "Save for Web" JPG encoder.

    The standard JPG encoder will save your file more true-to-life, but it will also be a LOT bigger of a file (which is why the web JPG encoder is better for web images).

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    But my pic when it's put in DreamWeaver the color also change.
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    Maybe DreamWeaver changes the color of images in the editor? I doubt it would save any changes to the image's appearance.

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    If it's in Photoshop, turn off color calibration (search here) which is, annoyingly enough, on by default.
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    Senior Member iphong's Avatar
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    Where can i turn off color calibration?
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    [searchwdf]color calibration[/searchwdf]
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    Senior Member iphong's Avatar
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    There is not any thread searched about color calibration?
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