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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Cat Briggs

Tompot Blenny
On one of the boilers of the Tpot
Tompot Blenny
On one of the boilers of the Tpot by Cat Briggs
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Posted: Monday, July 18, 2016- (7/18/2016 5:13:00 PM)
Category: Macro - Close-Up
location: English Channel United Kingdom
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Question this message is importantI loaded this and the colour looks very washed out compared to my laptop, anyone got any advice?
 
Superdivercat
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message Hi Cat,

Perhaps it's a matter of color profile. If you're using PS, try to convert the color profile to Working RGB - sRGB, before saving.
Then upload again. It should look fine now.
You can even test it without uploading just by dragging the image into your browser and seeing how it shows up there.

Hope this helps!
 
Ranmor
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message Nice Image captured
 
Ritika Shaikh
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message Hi SuperDiver )

Have you tried any color editor or picture colorer website If you'd like to improve the colors with photo editing software, here what you should implement: 1) Adjust color temperature or white balance, 2) Use auto gamma levels, contrast, saturation filters 3) Make the picture "clear" adjusting sharpening filter.
 
Fishy-Fishy
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message Fish picture is very beautiful and lovely. I really like the picture you took.
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Ducklife
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