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Veo en Lightroom fotos ByN con tonos sepia

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Dec 27, 2023 Dec 27, 2023

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Van dos veces que me sucede.

Abro Lightroom y en modo revelar el color de fondo donde aparecen las fotos (que siempre es gris claro) aparece sepia, y las fotos que son blanco y negro también se ven en tonos sepia. Las que son en color también se ven en tonos amarillentos.  Cuando las exporto se ven normales. 

Estuve googleando la primera vez y la solución fue: Editar-Preferencias-Edición externa-Espacio de color: y allí poner AdobeRGB y reiniciar Lightroom. Y se solucionó. Esta vez no solo que eso sigue igual sino que probé cambiarlo por otras y luego volver al mismo reiniciando varias veces, e incluso la compu, y no se resuelve.

Esto me comenzó a pasar a partir de que cambié la laptop la semana pasada. Tendrá algo que ver? Tengo una ASUS Creator. 

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Community Expert , Dec 28, 2023 Dec 28, 2023

First suggestion-  

Unusual screen colors are often caused by a corrupt or incompatible Monitor Profile that does not work well with Lightroom-Classic.  Set your Monitor Profile to sRGB as a test to determine if this is the case.

How do I change my monitor profile to check whether it’s corrupted? | The Lightroom Queen

 

Second Suggestion-

Check that you 'new' laptop has a recent version of the Graphics Driver. Check with the Graphics card manufacturer. (Windows has been known to use 'older' vers

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Dec 28, 2023 Dec 28, 2023

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@LoredanaMorando 

 

I've moved your post from Creative Cloud Desktop to the Lightroom forum where you are more likely to get assistance.

 

Jane

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Thankyou @jane-e, It´s my first post here, all suggestions are welcome! 

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Dec 28, 2023 Dec 28, 2023

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Hi @LoredanaMorando 

I just looked at your images and see that you are not using Lightroom, you are using Lightroom Classic.  I've moved your post again. 

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(I don't use either one.)

 

Jane

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First suggestion-  

Unusual screen colors are often caused by a corrupt or incompatible Monitor Profile that does not work well with Lightroom-Classic.  Set your Monitor Profile to sRGB as a test to determine if this is the case.

How do I change my monitor profile to check whether it’s corrupted? | The Lightroom Queen

 

Second Suggestion-

Check that you 'new' laptop has a recent version of the Graphics Driver. Check with the Graphics card manufacturer. (Windows has been known to use 'older' versions.)

https://helpx.adobe.com/au/lightroom-classic/kb/troubleshoot-gpu.html#solution-4

 

Third Suggestion-

Turn off the Graphics (GPU) Acceleration in the LrC Preferences and test again.

GPU Troubleshooting and FAQ

 

Regards. My System: Lightroom-Classic 13.2 Photoshop 25.5, ACR 16.2, Lightroom 7.2, Lr-iOS 9.0.1, Bridge 14.0.2, Windows-11.

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Dec 28, 2023 Dec 28, 2023

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Muchas gracias @Rob_Cullen, con tu primera sugerencia pude resolverlo. Fui a la configuración de pantalla de Windows, y cambié de la de Asus a la sRGB. No miré el video que me dejaste porque cuando dijiste eso recordé que ya había visto por allí eso que mencionabas. Lo dejo por aquí por si a otra persona le sucede: 
Botón derecho en el escritorio - Configuración de pantalla  - Perfil de Color - y allí seleccioné el sRGB
Dejo captura de pantalla.

Muchas gracias compañero!!!
Que tengas un gran comienzo de año!, 
Felicidades y gracias por tu tiempo!

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It's happened to me twice.

I open Lightroom and in develop mode the background color where the photos appear (which is always light gray) appears sepia, and the photos that are black and white also look in sepia tones. The ones that are in color are also seen in yellowish tones. When I export them, they look normal.  

I was googling the first time and the solution was: Edit-Preferences-External Editing-Color Space: and there put AdobeRGB and restart Lightroom. And it was fixed. This time not only that remains the same but I tried changing it for others and then going back to the same reboot several times, and even the computer, and it doesn't resolve.

This started to happen to me when I changed the laptop last week. Does it have something to do with it? I have an ASUS Creator.

 

By @LoredanaMorando

 

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This is most likely caused by a defective monitor profile. LrC is color managed, and relies on a sound and correct monitor profile to display correct colors.

Asus, as well as other monitor manufacturers, are known to produce low quality profiles that are often defective out of the box.

 

As troubleshooting, and as a possible temporary fix, try setting the monitor profile to sRGB. Use Adobe RGB if your monitor is wide gamut.

If this fixes the issue, you should ideally calibrate the monitor with a hardware calibrator. This will also create and install a custom monitor profile that will be more accurate than sRGB/Adobe RGB.

 

With Lightroom closed, press the Windows key + R, type colorcpl in the box and press Enter.

Add the sRGB (or Adobe RGB) profile, then set as default.

 

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Hola @Per Berntsen, como comentaba anteriormente, fui a configurarlo y parece que el perfil ya estaba agregado porque me apareció dentro de las opciones, lo cambié y solucioné el problema. Así que gracias por tu tiempo.
Ahora bien, me quedo con la duda y quisiera consultarte, sobre lo que mencionas de la mala calidad de Asus y sus monitores, pues la verdad es que jamás tuve un monitor que se viera así de bien (es pantalla OLED) pero si es cierto que veo los colores MUY saturados y aún no logro calibrarlo, pues no supe hacerlo, intenté muchas cosas y no lo logré. Pedí ayuda donde la compré y aún no me han respondido.
Anteriormente tuve durante 15 años dos laptop HP, y me costó mucho hacer el cambio de marca. E las dos tiendas que consulté (distintas firmas comerciales) aquí en Uruguay vendían TODAS las marcas (HP, Mac, Asus, Acer, etc., incluso algunas de mayor precio que esta) y los dos chicos me recomendaron este modelo por sus características. Yo investigué mucho previamente pero bueno, hay detalles que puedo no saberlos y que seguramente no tuve en cuenta porque no lo sé todo. Este modelo es la ASUS Creator Laptop Q (Q530) https://www.asus.com/laptops/for-home/everyday-use/asus-creator-laptop-q-q530/ , quizás me puedes decir si te parece una buena laptop. Aún estoy a tiempo de cambiarla y no estaría mal comentarios al respecto de alguien con conocimientos.
Gracias por tu ayuda, soy nueva aquí.

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Dec 29, 2023 Dec 29, 2023

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 Hi @Per Berntsen, as I mentioned earlier, I went to set it up and it seems that the profile was already added because it appeared within the options, I changed it and fixed the problem. So thank you for your time.
Now, I'm left with the doubt and I would like to ask you, about what you mention about the poor quality of Asus and its monitors, because the truth is that I never had a monitor that looked this good (it's an OLED screen) but it's true that I see the colors VERY saturated and I still can't calibrate it, Well, I didn't know how to do it, I tried a lot of things and I didn't succeed. I asked for help where I bought it and they still haven't responded.
I previously owned two HP laptops for 15 years, and I had a hard time making the rebranding. The two stores I consulted (different commercial firms) here in Uruguay sold ALL brands (HP, Mac, Asus, Acer, etc., even some with a higher price than this one) and the two guys recommended this model to me because of its characteristics. I did a lot of research beforehand but well, there are details that I may not know and that I probably didn't take into account because I don't know everything. This model is the ASUS Creator Laptop Q (Q530) https://www.asus.com/laptops/for-home/everyday-use/asus-creator-laptop-q-q530/ , maybe you can tell me if you think it's a good laptop. I still have time to change it and it wouldn't hurt to comment on it from someone knowledgeable.
Thanks for your help, I'm new here.


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I did not say that Asus monitors are poor quality (I have no experience with them), but that Asus makes poor quality monitor profiles. Color managed applications (like LrC) use the monitor profile to display correct colors. When you look at an image in LrC, the colors have been converted from the document profile (usually sRGB or Adobe RGB) to the monitor profile.

The monitor profile should contain an accurate description of the monitor's color response, and should also be written to certain specifications. If it doesn't do both these things,  colors will be wrong. And LrC is particularly picky about monitor profile quality.

 

Most native Windows applications, like Desktop, File Explorer and Paint, are not color managed (they don't use the monitor profile to convert colors), and will display over saturated colors on wide gamut monitors, like yours.

Email clients and basic image viewers behave the same way. There is no way to avoid this.

 

If you want accurate colors, invest in a hardware calibrator, for instance this one:

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1649338-REG/calibrite_ccdis_colorchecker_display.html

When you run the calibration, the monitor's color response is measured and registered, and this information is used to create a custom monitor profile that will be very accurate.

 

Until you get a calibrator, set the monitor profile to DCI-P3, which seems to be the best fit the color gamut of your monitor.

 

 

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Muchas gracias por toda la información y el tiempo @Per Berntsen, no tenía idea de todo esto. Lo voy a estudiar y aplicar.

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