I'm probably over simplifying this in thinking that perhaps the solution to the problem is simply changing the color space or "profile" (I'm not sure of the correct term), but here goes... When my color images are displayed on the web they simply don't look as vibrant as they do on my monitor. The colors look right, but just a bit dull. I know this question probably been asked thousands of times, and I just searched and read through this thread, in particular: http://www.photo.net/digital-darkroom-forum/00TR1b Currently, I assign them the Joseph Holmes profile in Photoshop after scanning (these are all film originated images). Would simply assigning the sRGB profile make them look better on the web, or is this much more involved? I am slightly familiar with the "save for web" method of saving a file, but for the images in question, I have simply been saving them as at the highest quality jpg setting in the J.H. profile. Thanks!