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I have to make JPGs for use in the web. I do the following steps: create the layout in InDesign. Export it in cmyk as jpg. Open it in affinity photo. Change size. Change from cmyk to rgb. Save as jpg.

Now the Problem: in the past I opend the exported jpg in photoshop an made the changes. Now, in affinity photo, the colours in the end-file aren't the same as in photoshop. But this are defined colours and must be the same all time. The colour profiles in photoshop and affinity photo are the same (selected the same).

How can I fix that?

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"But this are defined colours and must be the same all time."

 

I assume you know that will never be guaranteed for web page images because different browsers, operating systems, hardware platforms, & sometimes even user preferences will display web page colors differently, right?

 

This is true to some extent even if you use only colors from "web safe" palettes.


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