Pro Photo RGB & sRGB

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Dec 18, 2021 Dec 18, 2021

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Подскажите пожалуйста, я обрабатываю фотографии для интернета и мне удобней работать в Lightroom. После экспорта фотография меняет цвет.

 

Читал что профиль ProPhoto RGB работает в "разработке". Как сделать чтобы отображение цветов было только в цветовом пространстве sRGB. В Camera Raw с этим полный порядом, там можно выбрать цветовое пространство, а в Lightroom я не нашел такую настройку.

 

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Dec 18, 2021 Dec 18, 2021

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There is no setting in Lightroom Classic to change the color space, nor do you need one. When you export, you should be choosing sRGB.

 

If you still find that the photo changes color when you export, then you need to view it in a color-managed application. If there are still color mismatches, then your monitor probably needs to be calibrated.

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How to make the display of colors only in the sRGB color space.

 

By @alexbcmn


You can soft proof to sRGB, not sure it's really useful because while you can always export anything from LR into sRGB, you can't control how others will see that preview on the web. The underlying processing is always ProPhoto RGB in a linear gamma, but after that, you can export in sRGB or any other supported ICC profile.


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

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