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Below is an example of the same photograph being saved in the two different colorspaces and uploaded to Flickr. Although the first is not a bad image, one can see that it is less intense and looks more brown than the second image, which looks brighter and redder. The results are a bit counterintuitive because sRGB is a subset of Adobe RGB. However, because of the way Flickr handles uploads, it is best to save photos in sRGB before uploading to Flickr.
The staff of Flickr has posted that they plan to stop stripping the color profiles from JPEGs, but this has not been implemented, yet, and there is no ETA. This is probably low on their priority list because it will increase data storage requirements if they stop stripping color profiles.
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Tuesday, October 04, 2005