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What to Do When Your Images Look Dull on the Web

A few years ago, I ran into some trouble while updating some of the photos on my blog. As soon as I’d upload them to the site, I noticed that they would suddenly appear grey and dull. When I went back to check them in Photoshop, they looked great. I didn’t understand why they were changing when I uploaded them to the web. It took me a lot longer than I’d like to admit to figure out the problem, so I thought I’d share in case it helps someone else save that wasted time. In this tutorial, I’ll show you what to do when your images look dull on the web.

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Are the colors in your photo fading when you post them online? Check out this free tutorial where I show you what to do when your images look dull on the web!
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  • gary

    what you do when your photos look dull on the web is go to morgan burks tutorials ..problem

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