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Problème colorimétrie après exportation

New Here ,
Mar 29, 2017 Mar 29, 2017

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Bonsoir ,

Je vous explique mon soucis :

Sous Lr  je post-traite mes photos à partir d'un format raw et j'exporte sous format jpeg jusque la tout va bien.

Sauf que la couleur que je voie via le logiciel n'est plus du tout la même une fois la photo visionner soit avec le diaporama de la visionneuse windows ou tout autres support. Ce qui s'avère très agaçant vu le nombres d'heures passer sur certaines photos pour avoir la couleurs souhaiter.

Donc si vous pouviez m'aider cela serait très appréciable .

Merci d'avance

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 29, 2017 Mar 29, 2017
Please try setting the profile to sRGB like I described above. It lets you know quickly if there is something wrong with the profile - it could have become corrupted.Another point is that version 4 ICC profiles are incompatible with Lightroom, so you need to set the calibration software to use a version 2 profile.

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Mar 29, 2017 Mar 29, 2017

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What color profile are you using when exporting? Try using sRGB, and see if that works better.

Ligthroom is color managed, and will show you the correct colors, provided that you have a correct monitor profile.

Most other programs are not color managed, and may not display correct colors, this is particularly the case if you have a wide gamut monitor, in which case you should only use color managed programs to view your images.

If this doesn't answer you question, please post screenshots that show the color difference.

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Mar 29, 2017 Mar 29, 2017

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Oui j'utilise sRGB à l'exportation. Comment je sais si mon profil moniteur est correct??

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To create a custom profile for your monitor, you have to use a hardware calibrator.

In many cases, using sRGB (or Adobe RGB for a wide gamut monitor) will be good enough.

Are you on Windows 10?

What is the make and model of your monitor?

And could you please post screenshots that show the color difference?

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New Here ,
Mar 29, 2017 Mar 29, 2017

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Mon écran à été calibré il y a peu pour être adapté au traitement photos cependant j'avais déjà le soucis avant cela .

J'utilise Windows 7 et j'ai un écran PHILIPS 247E6QDAD.

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Are you saying that you calibrated the monitor with a hardware calibrator?

Your monitor is not wide gamut, so the image should look roughly the same in non-color managed programs as in Lightroom.

This indicates a defective/corrupted profile, so try setting the monitor profile to sRGB:

Press the Windows key+R, type colorcpl, and hit Enter.

Add the sRGB profile, then set it as Default profile. See screenshot below.

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New Here ,
Mar 29, 2017 Mar 29, 2017

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J'ai essayer même soucis . Oui calibrer avec une sonde professionnel.

Dans les deux cas la photo diffère toujours du logiciel a l'exportation

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Please try setting the profile to sRGB like I described above. It lets you know quickly if there is something wrong with the profile - it could have become corrupted.

Another point is that version 4 ICC profiles are incompatible with Lightroom, so you need to set the calibration software to use a version 2 profile.

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New Here ,
Mar 30, 2017 Mar 30, 2017

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J'ai utiliser la version 2 et je n'ai plus le soucis . Un grand merci à vous pour votre aide .

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Bonjour Elodie j'ai un souci similaire mais je comprends pas bien la réponse: utiliser la version 2, pourriez vous m'aider? Merci

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