[Digikam-users] Color management.. again

Tommaso Schiavinotto mynos_main at yahoo.it
Thu Jun 15 22:49:53 BST 2006

Ok.. I'm sorry forget everything... to clone out some dust, I opened it 
with The Gimp, loosing all the information
about the sRGB and the 16bits as well, and I saved the image on the same 
PNG as a mistake.

Sorry for blaming you...

Tommaso Schiavinotto wrote:
> Tommaso Schiavinotto wrote:
>> I usually work with RAW (MRW), then I save PNG.
>> If after I want to work on some image that was saved PNG, as input 
>> filter is taken the one from the camera (I suppose) and the image editor 
>> shows a  much brighter image than the one I saved (and that I can see 
>> with other viewer). It would make sense that for RAW the input profile 
>> is that of the camera, while for others (JPG, PNG) the
>> embedded one should be used and a different color profile should be
>> provided other than that of the camera.
> If I let the Image viewer to ask how I want to manage the color profiles 
> it tells me that the image has
> no color profile (beside I saved from the image viewer and I have the 
> output color profile set to sRGB),
> so it tries to "reconvert" the already sRGB png in sRGB making the image 
> brighter...
> --Tommaso
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