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Mar 11, 2020

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Schermafbeelding 2020-03-11 om 22.00.17.pngGood evening,

Ive got a problem. When i open a photo witch is in photoshop as a smart object in camera raw the colour imidiatly changes. The red colors in the photo are more saturated and overall are the colors more intens. When ik close camera raw the saturation is gone.

Ive checked all the profiles, en reset photoshop. makes o differences.

 

Ive got the same problem in lightroom. When i compare the photo with the print module the saturation is gone.

 

I also tryd another mac. Same problem. 

 

is there somebody who can help me? The left photo is the one wich is a smart filter in photoshop. The right image is that smart object wich is opened in camera raw...

 

best regards, Andre 

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Turn off GPU options in preferences, any better?

If not, Recalibrate the display, it could be an issue with the display profiile. Do not make V4 (version 4 spec) ICC profiles and if you have the option to make a matrix instead of LUT profile, try that. 

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when foto opens in camera raw the color is more saturated

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Schermafbeelding 2020-03-11 om 22.00.17.pngGood evening,

Ive got a problem. When i open a photo witch is in photoshop as a smart object in camera raw the colour imidiatly changes. The red colors in the photo are more saturated and overall are the colors more intens. When ik close camera raw the saturation is gone.

Ive checked all the profiles, en reset photoshop. makes o differences.

 

Ive got the same problem in lightroom. When i compare the photo with the print module the saturation is gone.

 

I also tryd another mac. Same problem. 

 

is there somebody who can help me? The left photo is the one wich is a smart filter in photoshop. The right image is that smart object wich is opened in camera raw...

 

best regards, Andre 

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Correct answer by thedigitaldog | Adobe Community Professional

Turn off GPU options in preferences, any better?

If not, Recalibrate the display, it could be an issue with the display profiile. Do not make V4 (version 4 spec) ICC profiles and if you have the option to make a matrix instead of LUT profile, try that. 

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the left is the smart object. The right foto is de smart object opened in camera raw. The colors are more saturated
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Render the raw, then just open in Photoshop (NOT as a smart object) and examine both at the same zoom ratio. Do they match? 

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Schermafbeelding 2020-03-15 om 13.31.15.pngNo they dont match. the problem is stil there. The left one is de photo in photoshop and the right one is thesame picture opened in ACR.

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thanx for youre reply

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Turn off GPU options in preferences, any better?

If not, Recalibrate the display, it could be an issue with the display profiile. Do not make V4 (version 4 spec) ICC profiles and if you have the option to make a matrix instead of LUT profile, try that. 

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thank u so much. I had a LUT profile and V4. (hardware calibration). I changed to a software calibration I1 profiler and used a V2. The problem is solved.

 

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