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Images different in Library and Develop

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Jan 12, 2023 Jan 12, 2023

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I am having an issue with Lightroom Classic. Every time I finish editing a photo and I switch over from develop to library, the colors of the photo from the library looks way more saturated. I've been having this issue for a long time now and I've searched online with no solutions. If there is no way to fix this, I am ready to move onto another software... I am using a macbook pro m1 pro, so color grading shouldn't be much of an issue. Picture profile is adobe color or standard. 

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Community Expert , Jan 12, 2023 Jan 12, 2023

First, the preview architecture in Develop is unique to all other modules and the most accurate preview of the data. You should always view previews there and elsewhere at 1:1 or greater and when comparing, use the same zoom for each. 
It is normal to see slight differences at 1:1 but if really excessive, the first thing to try is to disable GPU in preferences; better? If not, you might have a corrupted display profile. Recalibrate the display or whatever you usually do to create a display profil

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First, the preview architecture in Develop is unique to all other modules and the most accurate preview of the data. You should always view previews there and elsewhere at 1:1 or greater and when comparing, use the same zoom for each. 
It is normal to see slight differences at 1:1 but if really excessive, the first thing to try is to disable GPU in preferences; better? If not, you might have a corrupted display profile. Recalibrate the display or whatever you usually do to create a display profile. When given the option to build this profile, pick Version 2 (not V4) and Matrix not LUT. As to viewing Develop module and Library and outside of LR, it helps to soft proof in Develop using the same profile used in Library (Adobe RGB (1998)) OR the profile selected in Export for the edited image. 

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

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OMG so simple, yet I had no idea. I just changed the preview to 1:1 and it is accurate now. Thanks a lot

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