Your latest thumbnail looks just like Russ's, but when I click on it the full size looks weird like the first post.Russ's full size looks just like his thumbnail.That's weird.Dave
Tinypic must alter the colour/contrast
It ain't TinyPic's fault ... you are uploading jpegs to the web that aren't sRGB.The ICC profile is: "Canon EOS 1d Mkii generic v2"
Here is where I'd go with it.[attachment=16251:rvg6zn_2.jpg]However, my edit feels a little empty. Almost as if this is the same place the in-camera editing of a point and shoot digicam would go. It needs the touch of an artist.Sean
With regard to colour settings, is it best to work Adobe 1998 from camera to final processing, then convert to sRGB for web
We would need to understand your workflow a little better ... are you shooting RAW? What do you use to do RAW conversion and what do you use to manage your library?I use Lightroom and shoot RAW. Lightroom uses PhotoProRGB as its working space. When I edit in other apps, I export in PhotoPro and re-import back into Lightroom.When I export from LR for the web or email, I use sRGB.I personally like PhotoPro as my primary working space, but AdobeRGB isn't a bad choice either - depends on your needs and equipment and intentions for output.