I sent a photo I finished on Krita by email to my phone since that's the only way I know. Once I got the email and opened it on my iPhone, it looked completely different. It had a yellow tint and I tried other things to help but nothing worked.

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    The first thing that came to mind was maybe you had the Night Shift mode on? — And then there's the possibility that the monitor you used to make the image in Krita is calibrated to be more blueish and therefore you ended up making the image more yellow than you intended. – Joonas Jun 21 '18 at 8:37
  • Ill try to look to see if night shift mode is on, but is there anyway to ignore my photos turning yellow? – Kaylina Negron Jun 21 '18 at 16:00
  • You probably know this, but colors can sometimes appear very different on different devices. I was recently working on a website where a color appeared orange on my monitor, but closer to red when I was demoing it on a different screen. – Scribblemacher Jun 22 '18 at 12:52
  • Is there any way to fix that happening? – Kaylina Negron Jun 23 '18 at 15:58
  • Did turning night shift off change anything? Because if that was the reason, turning it off would be the solution. If that is not the issue, it is likely just how monitors show colors slightly differently. You could calibrate the Krita computer screen to match your iphone screen more closely, but you can't calibrate all the screens in the world. – Joonas Jun 25 '18 at 6:43

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