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I wonder.... Are the color profiles the same in both programs? I have a number of different programs and the same image will look different in all of them.
Maybe this is silly, but try importing one of your Photoshop images into Fireworks, exporting it from Fireworks as a new image (export, not save), then opening that file in Photoshop along with the original. Are the colors still shifted?
the colors shifted in fireworks and then shifted back when i exported them into photoshop. How do make the profiles match in both programs? In photoshop i used working RGB: sRGB IEC61966-2.1. I can't even find a color proflie option in fireworks.
> the colors shifted in fireworks and then shifted back when i exported them into
> photoshop. How do make the profiles match in both programs? In photoshop i used
> working RGB: sRGB IEC61966-2.1. I can't even find a color proflie option in
Fireworks does not understand color profiles.
It should help.
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Interesting link! Thanks Jim. :)
Goatmud, if you're using Fireworks, then I assume you're producing image for the Web? In that case, it's probably better if you don't use Photoshop color correction, since every monitor and video card combination (not to mention user adjustment) will display your images differently. The best thing is to use a good-quality monitor and, if possible, calibrate it. Then just hope for the best.
Just so you know, though, it was Photoshop that shifted the colors on your images. ;)