Hi, long time no journal...
I've seen in the past that different internet browsers display the images on DA with different saturation levels which also depended on the DA zoom level applied.
In the following I'd like to share some results regarding the current versions of browsers (the results can of course change as new versions of these software are released).
The results are based on several different images and on my unaided vision, no measurement devices were used. Some of the images had 8-bit colour depth per channel, some of them had 16-bit colour depth per channel; the results were the same in both cases. I have an nVidia GTX 1070 GPU, and I'm using a Dell U2410 monitor with the Adobe RGB preset and Windows 10 64bit OS.
- Microsoft Internet Explorer: Displays the image with the intended saturation at the initial zoom level, displays some of the images with higher saturation than intended at the next two zoom levels.
- Microsoft Edge: The results are the same.
- Chrome: Displays the images with less than the intended saturation at all zoom levels.
- Opera: Displays the images with less than the intended saturation at all zoom levels.
- Firefox: Displays the images with the intended saturation at all zoom levels.
- Vivaldi: Displays the images with the intended saturation at all zoom levels.
So to sum it up, currently I can only recommend—from among the above—Firefox and Vivaldi for viewing images on Deviant Art (on Windows 10).
If you can think of general solutions or specific settings in the individual browsers to display every image as intended in every situation, then you are most welcome to share those ideas here.
Thanks for reading, the best to you all!