lindacccKeymaster19 January 2022 at 00:34Post count: 11
I have just exported a file from Lr to an external Hard drive, as I usually do for pics to be used in competitions. On opening it into PS or Google pics, the blue sky in the image has turned grey. I’ve tried saving both as Adobe RGB and sRGB but that doesn’t make a difference. It doesn’t happen to all exports so I’m flummoxed.
Any suggestion as to why this happens or what I’ve done to cause it!?
LindadmhyettKeymaster19 January 2022 at 10:35Post count: 237
How do the images look just using the browser as would be the case if we were looking at Annual Challenge entries. I understand that we should use a colour managed browser like Chrome. If you have exported your images using LR export, can you still view the images in the LR Library and, if so are they OK then (I always tick “add to this catalogue” so I will be able to see them)? I cannot think of anything obvious. I certainly use LR export to resize, convert to sRGB and save as JPEG. I notice that this topic has come up on the Adobe Forum but seemed inconclusive as it was unclear whether those who had the problem had calibrated their monitors etc.
DavelindacccKeymaster19 January 2022 at 18:10Post count: 11
Thanks for replying Dave.
I have now reimported the image in question and there is a difference between the appearance in Library and Develop mode. It is exactly the same as the file I exported. So the view in PS or browser looks like the version in Library not Develop.
I’ve just been checking and all images in Lr are showing a difference between Library and Develop mode even those that I have not edited. The Develop mode shows more saturation and clarity, possibly oversaturated possibly.
I haven’t done much in Lr recently and am wondering if there could be some connection with the fairly recent update.
I will send you a word doc with two screen saves to show the difference I am experiencing. (Don’t know how to convert to jpeg to attach here, sorry)
LindadmhyettKeymaster19 January 2022 at 19:33Post count: 237lindacccKeymaster19 January 2022 at 23:14Post count: 11
Thankyou for your help Dave. I followed the video in the link Laura Stone link you sent and although it didn’t seem to answer my problem – I didn’t have any presets – it got me thinking about monitor profiles. I went on the Lightroom Queen site and found the answer to someone’s query about Library and Develope not matching. On checking the Colour Mangement control panel, I changed the profile from the Dell default to sRGB IE61966-2.1 . And voila – everything back to normal!
So thanks again Dave – I can sleep easy tonight.
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