If you're finding that the images uploaded to your website don't look the same as the original, there are a few adjustments you can make to your image file to correct this. Of course, viewing an image on a computer or smart phone screen is very different than viewing a printed image, and because of that, some changes may need to be made to image files that are going to be viewed online vs. print quality images.
For example, standard screen resolution is 72 dpi, but a high-quality print image should be 300 dpi.
Most image quality issues can be resolved by simply using the Photoshop tool to save files for web. For step by step instructions on saving a file for the web, click here.
See below for assistance with more specific image quality topics:
Images appear over-sharpened or over-softened
Images have blue or red cast, or other color issue
Images are out of order
If you need assistance with using batch tools for renaming or resizing a group of files, click here for how to batch-rename and click here for how to batch-resize.
If you're not able to upload images, click here for more information regarding recommendations for uploading images.