Updating photoshop can sometimes change your previous settings back to default so they may need to be set again. That happened to me when I recently updated to Photoshop 2024 even though Ps updates are supposed to remember previous settings for working color space profile and export profile settings.
I guess photoshop is going through some growing pains with all the new features.
BTW, I noticed in the properties for your image that it was processed in Photoshop 24 (the new 2024 version).
I also noticed that your image was exported as “ProPhoto RGB”, that is the working color space which is good, but, there are a couple of settings that need to be changed in order to export the image as sRGB. sRGB is the standard color space that makes all colors pretty much the same for everyone no matter what they use to view it (iPad, cell phone, laptop, desktop, etc.).
Below is a couple of screenshots that show what settings need to be changed. These settings should stick with with future updates but there’s no guarantee for that.
I converted your image to sRGB so let’s see if that helps.
Next, I done a screenshot showing where to set the export profile to sRGB (Convert to Profile) in the main edit menu.
Next, I added a screenshot showing what boxes to check in the Export As window.
And finally, NPN is pretty strict about uploading images under 3MB, Downsizing the image to roughly 2000 or 2500 pixels at the longest side usually works but you may have to set the Quality slider at the top right of the Export As window to level 6, there’s a huge difference between level 7 and level 6 for image file sizes.
Wonderful image, BTW!! Love the perspective and the presence of a graceful “setting up for a landing” look.
Anyway, I hope this all makes sense and I hope it helps!
Edit: Please don’t pay any attention to the colors in the “Preview” section of the “Export As” window, that color doesn’t represent the final image color after exporting, Adobe really should fix that issue!