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Difference in color in rendered jpeg

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Jan 12, 2024 Jan 12, 2024

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Image on the left - RAW + Edits

 

Image on the right - Rendered jpeg (Full Res, 100% quality, sRGB)

 

Do you see a difference in Yellow ?

 

Can anyone explain ?

 

Screenshot 2024-01-12 at 21.41.27.png

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Looking at it on my iPad: no, I do not see any difference. However, the explanation may be as follows. You re-imported the image on the right using 'Embedded & Sidecar' previews (see lower right corner). That means that this image is displayed with its embedded preview, which is sRGB. Lightroom uses AdobeRGB for its previews however, so the raw image on the left is shown in AdobeRGB. If your monitor can show the difference between the two, then that is what you see. As your screenshot is sRGB, w

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"Do you see a difference in Yellow ?"

 

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Looking at it on my iPad: no, I do not see any difference. However, the explanation may be as follows. You re-imported the image on the right using 'Embedded & Sidecar' previews (see lower right corner). That means that this image is displayed with its embedded preview, which is sRGB. Lightroom uses AdobeRGB for its previews however, so the raw image on the left is shown in AdobeRGB. If your monitor can show the difference between the two, then that is what you see. As your screenshot is sRGB, we don't see it.

 

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