If I look at the picture here in Safari, Preview or the finder, the shades of blue are significantly different than if I look at the picture in Google Chrome (they are less saturated than in Chrome).
Since I am a photographer and need to prepare pictures for publication online, I need to know what a jpeg should really look like, in order to color-correct it.
I have an excellent Eizo monitor that is correctly calibrated.
If I open the same image in Photoshop CS3, I get the Chrome colors if I use Monitor RGB under view >> proof setup, and I get the Safari colors if I use Macintosh RGB.
Can anyone explain the difference between these two settings, and the difference between Safari and Chrome? Which colors are correct?
Photos that I prepared under Windows (during the past five years) now seem washed out in the Apple Finder and Preview, even though I had correctly prepared them.
Is there a setting on the Macintosh for color calibration, besides the monitor calibration control panel?