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rllr

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I am not a professional, but I'm trying to improve my color workflow and I keep having an issue where I produce an image on my calibrated dell u3011 monitor (which I recalibrate every 3-4 weeks), and it looks great until I try to view it on another device (mobile phone, iPad, etc.) and then I find the colors are shifted way too heavily towards blue and cyan, so much so that it completely ruins the image and the color contrast I see on my dell monitor is gone leaving a flat muddy mess of incongruous colors.

Does anyone know what might be happening?  I initially thought it was a problem converting from adobe RGB to sRGB for web or applications not reading icc profiles, but that does not seem to be the case.  Do I simply need to bite the bullet and invest in an NEC or EIZO?

Thanks so much
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I am not a professional, but I'm trying to improve my color workflow and I keep having an issue where I produce an image on my calibrated dell u3011 monitor (which I recalibrate every 3-4 weeks), and it looks great until I try to view it on another device (mobile phone, iPad, etc.) and then I find the colors are shifted way too heavily towards blue and cyan, so much so that it completely ruins the image and the color contrast I see on my dell monitor is gone leaving a flat muddy mess of incongruous colors.

Does anyone know what might be happening?  I initially thought it was a problem converting from adobe RGB to sRGB for web or applications not reading icc profiles, but that does not seem to be the case.  Do I simply need to bite the bullet and invest in an NEC or EIZO?

Thanks so much
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