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Can I use my work photos on my personal website?

You added probably the most important piece of information in a comment. You are in the UK. The UK government has a website about this: https://www.gov.uk/intellectual-property-an-overview It quite ...
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Can I use my work photos on my personal website?

Simply put, NO; it is not OK for you to use the images. You own no rights to the images/videos you create as an employee; the employer owns them. And there is nothing in your contract about it because ...
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Are there reasons to NOT use Adobe RGB in JPEG/TIFF files and CIELAB in TIFF files?

sRGB is the STANDARD So stick with sRGB, it is the STANDARD for web content. I fail to see any reasons to not use Adobe RGB when it comes to JPEG files whatever you are posting them on web sites ...
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Is a .photography domain currently a good choice for a portfolio website?

I don't think the question, "is .photography currently a good choice for a portfolio website" is the right question to ask. In my opinion, you should be asking if <...
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I'm looking for anything to protect my images online

Bottom line is: you can't protect against this. If the images are shown on the screen, they are in the memory of the client computer and can be extracted one way or another. You can make this ...
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I'm looking for anything to protect my images online

What about displaying a low-quality and low-resolution thumbnail, to advertise what image they are about to pay for; and a small detail in full resolution and final quality, to advertise what ...
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Color profile inside JPEG file

Not all browsers support colour management, and if they don't, they'll act like the images are encoded in sRGB. Since sRGB is also the default for images without an embedded profile, this is the ...
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What digital camera resolution do I need to make a "zoomed-in" image on a website?

Since your large image has a resolution of 1280 x 854, then all you need is a camera that can do 1280x854 => 1,093,120 pixels, or 1 megapixel (MP) or higher. You could probably even use a frame ...
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I'm looking for anything to protect my images online

The most important thing is your time. Most photographers attempt to recoup the cost of their time shooting in the sale of prints. To me, this is a faaaaaaaaar outdated business model. Sometimes we ...
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Are there reasons to NOT use Adobe RGB in JPEG/TIFF files and CIELAB in TIFF files?

Adobe RGB is converted to sRGB in cheap monitors right? Not always. A lot depends on whether the color profile is properly embedded in the image file and whether or not the rendering application pays ...
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How can I display a very high resolution panorama online?

Pannellum can do exactly this, especially since you mention you are willing to self-host. The project is well-documented with sample code snippets and reference materials for each feature. It also ...
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Is a .photography domain currently a good choice for a portfolio website?

When did you type a complete web address in a browser the last time? (I can't remember) Typically, people google addresses or have a link from somewhere. Therefore, it matters little how the real ...
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What should be considered for employee photos to put on company's website?

Use a decent camera, not your cell phone. Bring lighting equipment to properly and consistently illuminate your subject. Know how to use it to produce the best result. Have each person pose in the ...
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Move uploaded photos from library to profile in 500px

in manage page, there is a menu in the left side of the webpage. You can see 3 items: All Photos Public MarketPlace When you are in All Photos, you can see the private uploaded photos which are in ...
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Can I use my work photos on my personal website?

They're owned by your employer, so not without their explicit permission.
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Should I use Photoshop CC or Lightroom CC, or should I use both together for my website projects?

Short Answer Learn and use both. Long Answer But before I go out and buy all the gear with no idea what I'm doing, I would just like to start off learning the correct software. The size of your ...
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Are there reasons to NOT use Adobe RGB in JPEG/TIFF files and CIELAB in TIFF files?

To address the "converted in cheap Monitors" question: It might be converted in the graphics chip/card under certain condition (as mentioned, working color management). Monitors, no matter the price, ...
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How to save pictures for websites

You should nearly always resize the photos before uploading them to a web site. The web designer should be able to tell you what the optimal dimensions are. Use the option Save for web in Photoshop. ...
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Image colour inconsistency between browsers, image viewers, and Photoshop

As already established, export as sRGB - whether or not you embed the profile is really moot, as with no profile, sRGB will be assumed. Prior to that work in whatever you got from your camera*. Only ...
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How to process images to be optimally robust on non-calibrated displays and media?

A drunk man is driving on a highway and listen on the radio: "one driver is on the wrong way of the highway" And he says... one? There are a lot of them! The point of calibrating your monitor is just ...
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Are there reasons to NOT use Adobe RGB in JPEG/TIFF files and CIELAB in TIFF files?

Using a standard which is different to what most people use is a commitment. Overall, it requires more effort from both the producer and the consumer. In an environment where there is a dominant ...
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How focused should a local photographer's website be?

I’m in a similar position (web dev/photog). Here’s how most photographers tackle this: First, remember that the web is dynamic, as I’m sure you understand. That said, nothing is in stone so your site ...
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How to export or download all data from Adobe Lightroom on web?

Problem solved, per Goncalo Peres (Jun 22 '17 at 17:35): Nevermind, problem was solved with the new updates. By accessing the collections through the shared link (either on FB Messenger or other ...
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72 DPI or 300 DPI - Which Is Better For Web And Print Both?

It's really easy. You print a certain number of Dots Per Inch of paper. If you fit 300 dots of a 1000px photo into a single inch, the print will be 3.33 inches wide. (Let's assume here for ...
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72 DPI or 300 DPI - Which Is Better For Web And Print Both?

I will answer to clarify specific issues on the question. I am going to be picky because I want you to analyze your process, so it becomes more clear to you. 1-Adobe photoshop file (.psd) 2-...
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Is a .photography domain currently a good choice for a portfolio website?

Personally, I own both [myname].photography and [myname]photography.com so that if people don't remember correctly—or aren't used to the new tlds—they'll still be able to find me.
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Contracts / Releases For Website ( Amateur ) Models

I'd also suggest that you countersign the model release and pass a copy back to the model for their reference. People often forget they signed something and sometimes try to shift the goal posts. ...
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Contracts / Releases For Website ( Amateur ) Models

Maybe you can have a look at iStocks Model Release. That's how a contract is written to allow usage. iStock MR
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What's the most efficient way to adjust aspect ratio without Photoshop?

If someone does not have Photoshop you can simply download https://www.gimp.org/ or http://www.getpaint.net/index.html which are free. If someone does not how to do it, you have two options. They ...
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