MM wrote: »
1. go to photoshop menu view-> proof setup -> monitor RGB
2. check view -> proof colors
2. also make sure you are using an sRGB color profile under edit -> color settings.
1 & 2 will make sure you preview your images in sRGB and 3 will set your PS profile to sRGB.
doing these should help you get very close results. there might still be some discrepancies but it should not be anything too noticeable.
*edit* what monitor are you using ? depending on that make sure you are using an sRGB profile for the monitor itself if available. how to do that should be few google clicks away.
AlecMoody wrote: »
Steps 1 and 2 do not preview in srgb. Photoshop (if set to srgb working space) is correctly displaying the image in srgb space. When you proof setup with your monitors color space you are effectively circumventing all color management.
OP- you probably have a wide gamut monitor and you images are not exported correctly or your browser isn't set up correctly. Convert your images to srgb and use the 'embed color profile' box in the save for web options. Then look into enabling color mangament for your browser.