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Airliners.net color shift?

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Anyone notice their A.net uploads shifting color once on the website? I just noticed a pretty big difference in color between A.net and JP for my poorly-lit F9 A320neo shot. If you are on desktop and open the two images in tabs:

https://d31asmy75eposw.cloudfront.net/f ... 493752.jpg
http://cdn-www.airliners.net/photos/air ... 155907.jpg

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and flip back and forth between the two tabs, the A.net upload has a bit of a funky green tint to it. I obviously uploaded the same file to both sites, and both were converted to sRGB. In the final A.net file, the color profile got stripped out and it looks like it's softer than JP (compare the FLYFRONTIER.COM titles). You'd think A.net had higher compression, but the file size is nearly double JP. Someone please tell me I'm not imagining things :crazy:
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You're not imagining things, Cary. The A.net copy does have a green cast to it, and does look softer.
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Moose135 wrote:You're not imagining things, Cary. The A.net copy does have a green cast to it, and does look softer.
Thanks Moose, I just downloaded a random image from A.net and it doesn't have a profile either. Guess I'll make a post in the forum.
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