I just recognized that I had a problem with flickr-uploads:
- I have set the camera to Adobe-RGB (can't do ProPhoto RGB)
- CaptureNX recognizes this and shows the images (jpg and RAW) exactly as they are shown in the explorer.
- When I do some rework in CaptureNX (on the RAW) I just saved the new jpeg with the option embed color-profile (which was again Adobe RGB)
- Lightroom shows the jpg pretty identical (but not the RAW)
- and then I uploaded those jpgs to flickr using the flickr-uploadr, which does no color-space conversion.
The images are less saturated than in my machine when I look at them in IE (or Opera).
So what I do now, is export the jpeg 1.st through the export-function of Lightroom with the color-space option in the export dialog set to sRGB, which then starts the flickr-uploadr. It's only now that the images on the web look like directly from my computer
Now I also switched the D300 to sRGB so that the jpegs that are produced in-camera can directly be used for upload to the web.
I'm pretty sure that the gamut of the NEF is not influenced and that this setting is only used to generat the jpeg from it. So I should be safe now
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