When I have images with white parts, and I look from the side of my screen, the white turns yellow/grey (it’s only completely white when sit exactly in front of the screen). I know my screen probably haven’t the best angle view, but other white images works correctly. And its only on the portfolio page and on the “miniatures” (when I view a single portfolio) of the portfolio images that this happens. When I enlarge the images from the portfolio page (lightbox), the white parts look OK from the side.
When I use jpg or png, there is like a yellow/grey pattern and when I use gif its just plain grey/yellow. I don’t know what to try, the images also look ok from every angle in Picasa and Photoshop.
If you can provide a link to the site we’ll take a look.
I’m not having any issues with the color balance on my end. If you can, try viewing site on other computers/devices and see if you get the same visual issue.
Otherwise, it is probably just the rendering of your browser/screen.
Seems to be a problem with the rendering of my screen at my office. At home it looks good. Strange, I wonder why it only applies to certain images in certain places and not everywhere. Because like I wrote the images does not turn yellowish when enlarged.
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