Making 2 variations of 1 photo without remaking all the retouch in PS

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Nov 26, 2021 Nov 26, 2021

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Hello, community! I often need to make monochrome and color versions of 1 photo. But I would like to make all Ps corrections, like liquify and frequency separation and only than I'd like to work with color. How I can make it? I tried to open my RAW in LR first, than "Edit in Ps", making all corrections, back to LR and put some of my presets, or LUTs. BUT! If I will apply my preset or Lut to RAW file and to Tiff (or Psd) from Ps, I will get absolutely different colors. The same thing will be, if I will apply preset/Lut to Jpeg from RAW. Where am I wrong? And how I can get 2 variations of 1 photo without remaking all my Ps retouch?

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 26, 2021 Nov 26, 2021

@defaultr1lnowcyckwy wrote:

As I said, if I will apply my preset or Lut to RAW file and to Tiff (or Psd) from Ps, I will get absolutely different colors.


 

Totally different data, in a differing color space, I wouldn't expect a match. 

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Nov 26, 2021 Nov 26, 2021

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Once the photo returns to LrC from Photoshop, make a virtualy copy, edit the original to be color and the virtual copy to be B&W

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As I said, if I will apply my preset or Lut to RAW file and to Tiff (or Psd) from Ps, I will get absolutely different colors. The same thing will be, if I will apply preset/Lut to Jpeg from RAW.

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What does this have to do with making two different edits of an image?

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@defaultr1lnowcyckwy wrote:

As I said, if I will apply my preset or Lut to RAW file and to Tiff (or Psd) from Ps, I will get absolutely different colors.


 

Totally different data, in a differing color space, I wouldn't expect a match. 


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

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