Working on CR2 file in Lightroom and when printing photo colors are desaturated

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Hello everyone,

 

I have a problem when working on CR2 file in Lightroom. 

Once I have made all the adjustments (contrast, vibrance, saturation, shadows, highlights, etc...) on my CR2 file everything seems to be in order until I print out photos. On my monitor CR2 file looks good after being edited in lightroom and exported in Adobe RGB color profile as JPG file. So everything is good.

But once I get my photos printed it is very different than it should be.

 

I am  aware that there should be slight difference between printed and digital example. But in this case the difference is enormous. As I have mentioned I usualy export to JPG with Adobe RGB profile. I also tried to change color profiles in develope sector of lightroom between adobe color profile to adobe vivid, lanscape ,etc... and on monitor I see the difference but once printed again its desaturated and some colors are more vivid than others.

 

I would appreaciate your helt,

Thank you

 

Alex

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I am currently editing clothing logos and also faced a similar issue. But I was able to solve it: you need to update the drivers for the printer, as I did.

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Thank you for your answer,

but that is not the problem. I am not printing photos at home.

I have sent photos to photography store for development. If you have anything else in minde you are welcome to post.

 

Thanks,

Cheers

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