I was wondering if anyone knew if I should be uploading images that are color-corrected for CYMK or leave them RGB???
sRGB is standard for the WEB. I am not sure why you would want to change to CMYK to upload to the web. All of my pictures here or on smugmug are sRGB or Adobe RGB.
Corrected for CMYK sounds like your files are set up to print - but I am not sure what question you are asking when you say "color-corrected for CMYK"
Color correction is not really a function of the color space being used, is it? Once an image is color corrected - whether Adobe RGB, sRGB, or CMYK - unless the image color is larger than the color space allows - it should really not look that much different no matter which space its files resides in.
Unless an image utilizes the extreme edges of a colorspace , it should look very similar regrdless of which color space its colors are defined. In other words - you really don't see any sifference in your image when you change MODE from RGB to CMYK, or LAB.
You might ask, "what about print?" The printer we use is EZ Prints, and like every web-based printer I'm aware of, they've gone to sRGB.
Whoa. I've been using the EZPrints color profile from their website for all my pictures, converting them to that profile before pushing them up. Is that still accurate, or should I switch to a straight sRGB profile?
I just ordered several test prints converted different ways to make sure my customers are getting what I think their getting and to make sure I'm producing the best prints I can for them, but I didn't test any that were converted to the sRGB color profile.