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Problem with color between LR and PS

New Here ,
Jun 15, 2018 Jun 15, 2018

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I am having a new problem, which is that when I open a file from LR (desktop version) to edit it in PS (right click - edit in Adobe Photoshop CC 2018) it appears red and overly saturated in PS.  I have double checked and both programs are set for the sRGB color space.  I tried uninstalling and reinstalling Photoshop and the problem persists.  All my apps are up to date.  Any ideas for me as to what is going on?  Screen shot attached.  The difference is subtle but noticeable to me, especially in the skin tones.  Also, I am viewing them on the same screen. !Screen Shot 2018-06-15 at 3.30.22 PM (2).png

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Community Expert , Jun 15, 2018 Jun 15, 2018

Hi brearob

that sounds frustrating

youve apparently done the right thing with sRGB

one issue that can cause problems like this is a corrupt or incompatible monitor display profile. I suggest you make a new display profile (and yes, make sure its not V4 format, your software should offer that as an option)

good luck

please report back on hiw how it goes.

neil barstow

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Jun 15, 2018 Jun 15, 2018

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Be sure to set the Develop module for 1:1 and PS at 100% zoom to compare the two. If they still don’t match, recalibrate the display and make sure the software doesn’t build a V4 profile. Also try changing GPU settings in preference of LR.

Author “Color Management for Photographers" & "Photoshop CC Color Management/pluralsight"

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Jun 16, 2018 Jun 16, 2018

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I calibrated my monitor and that took care of the problem!  Thank you for the suggestion!

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Hi brearob

that sounds frustrating

youve apparently done the right thing with sRGB

one issue that can cause problems like this is a corrupt or incompatible monitor display profile. I suggest you make a new display profile (and yes, make sure its not V4 format, your software should offer that as an option)

good luck

please report back on hiw how it goes.

neil barstow

colourmanagement

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I have double checked and both programs are set for the sRGB color space.

Could you clarify how you set Photoshop to sRGB? If you mean you are setting the Color Settings Working Space to sRGB, that would affect an RGB document with no color profile assignment, but not one with an embedded profile.

The difference in the images looks like the expected difference between sRGB and Adobe RGB, so you might want to double check the image assignment in PS via Edit>Assign Profile...

Here I've duplicated the document with sRGB and AdobeRGB assigned and I get the same red shift you are showing.

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