To avoid this problem, set your color-managed imaging program to the sRGB working color space before opening digital photos. A warning should appear if you try to open images previously corrected in, or saved using a camera set to, the Adobe RGB working space. In the pop-up window, choose to convert the images to the working sRGB color space. Later, after retouching or cropping, save the images under different file names (so you don't write over the originals), and be sure not to select the "Embed Color Profile: sRGB" in Photoshop's JPEG dialog. With some digital labs and kiosks, tagged images can't be opened or don't even appear in their designated folders.