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Presets acting weird!

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Apr 20, 2024 Apr 20, 2024

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I just purchased respectable and well tested presets, and they turn all my photos (raw Cr2 and jpegs) into a green ugly nightmare! I have sRGB color profile everywhere (Camera, LR/PS), and the presets are also in sRGB. What could be the problem? It looks like a glitch, but how could I fix it? Thank you! 

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Apr 21, 2024 Apr 21, 2024

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Presets don't really have a color space.

RAW photos from the camera don't have a color space.

LrC does not have a color space that you can select.

 

Can you post a sample?

Do you see the green immediately after applying the preset in the develop module?

Is your screen calibrated?

Also, please post the system information from LrC's help menu.

 

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Have you contacted the preset seller for advice? If not, you should as it their product that isn't performing as expected.

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