Photoshop :: Washed Out Colors

Oct 21, 2008

I do a lot of digital art in PS. I noticed that when I convert my PSDs to JPGs, my colors get washed out (they get darker if the image is generally dark). I know that I lose quality during compression, but I've seen lots of JPGs that don't seem to suffer it as drastically. Is there some sort of setup that I can do before hand to make sure the colors in my PSD match that of my JPG more closely in the final result?

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I've been using CS2 all morning, dragging and dropping images from Canon's Zoombrowser and doing minor editing. All of a sudden half an hour ago, images' colors became incorrect, much brighter and more washed out than they should be. I figure I must have hit a hotkey that changed something. I've checked through all settings I know of, and must be missing the correct one. Images are displayed correctly in other programs, including Imageready, and images that appear incorrect in PS that are resaved within PS also display correctly in other programs.

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I'm new to photography but taking every chance I can to learn and slowly upgrade my tools.  I recently switched from a PC(CS3) to Macbook Pro(CS6).  Since doing so, I am having a huge problem. My photos show up exactly as I want them to on my Mac, in and out of Photoshop, but look washed out almost everywhere else, including the web, on PC's and in print(Shutterfly).  There are a few exceptions like facebook, but still not all of the photos show up the same quality as what I saw on my Mac.
 
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