Export not working on edits Lightroom Classic

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Hi, I have tried exporting my image with a number of edits however when I come to export the edited image the original photo is exported instead. I have ensured the export settings save the image as a JPG instead of original which still doesn't work. Any help would be appreciated.Before EditedBefore EditedEdited PhotoEdited PhotoExport settingsExport settingsImage after exportingImage after exporting

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That's "Windows Photo Viewer" (from Windows 7), which actually is fully color managed. It's the new Windows "Photos" (from Windows 10) that dropped color management.

 

So the difference in this case is most likely caused by a defective monitor profile, which can affect applications differently.

 

You'll notice the same difference between Library and Develop in the screenshots above. The OP apparently misinterprets this as "before" vs "after". But it's not. They are both "after" - but one is incorrectly represented because of the broken monitor profile.

 

To correct this, use a calibrator to make a new profile. If you don't have one, use sRGB IEC61966-2.1 as a temporary measure until you do (Adobe RGB if it's a wide gamut monitor). It won't be entirely accurate, but better than a broken profile.

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Hi, I have tried exporting my image with a number of edits however when I come to export the edited image the original photo is exported instead. I have ensured the export settings save the image as a JPG instead of original which still doesn't work. Any help would be appreciated.Before EditedBefore EditedEdited PhotoEdited PhotoExport settingsExport settingsImage after exportingImage after exporting

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Correct answer by D_Fosse | Adobe Community Professional

That's "Windows Photo Viewer" (from Windows 7), which actually is fully color managed. It's the new Windows "Photos" (from Windows 10) that dropped color management.

 

So the difference in this case is most likely caused by a defective monitor profile, which can affect applications differently.

 

You'll notice the same difference between Library and Develop in the screenshots above. The OP apparently misinterprets this as "before" vs "after". But it's not. They are both "after" - but one is incorrectly represented because of the broken monitor profile.

 

To correct this, use a calibrator to make a new profile. If you don't have one, use sRGB IEC61966-2.1 as a temporary measure until you do (Adobe RGB if it's a wide gamut monitor). It won't be entirely accurate, but better than a broken profile.

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In your export dialog, the resize section, what happens  if you change it long dim on long side? That specifying size by geheight and width with one of the set to 0 seems so odd.

 

CMP: WIN WS 16GB OS 10; mid 2015 MBPr 15” 16GB MACOS 10.15.3; 4K EXT DSPY
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And not shown, anything happening in terms of presets

 

CMP: WIN WS 16GB OS 10; mid 2015 MBPr 15” 16GB MACOS 10.15.3; 4K EXT DSPY
APP: LRC 9.2, PS 21.1; CAM: Canon 5D Mk III, Fuji X-T3; Just another Adobe customer

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One thing to look at, the background behind the image. In Lightroom Classic you are using a dark gray. The resultant 'export is being displayed with a bright whatever background. For comparison make the background the same, Probably change the one in Lightroom if that last one is what you want in final.

 

 

CMP: WIN WS 16GB OS 10; mid 2015 MBPr 15” 16GB MACOS 10.15.3; 4K EXT DSPY
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Ahh Microsoft Windows Photo Viewer. Not color calibrated.

 

First compare export to original w/edits in Lightroom Develop.

 

 

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Yea, I've realised windows photo viewer does not show any of the basics edits I have done to the image when I view it, all the images show the edits when I upload it on social media.

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Is there a solution to getting the Win Viewer to display photos with edits?  I'm giving photo files to someone else and would like them to see the edited photos. Thanks for any any help! 

 

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That's "Windows Photo Viewer" (from Windows 7), which actually is fully color managed. It's the new Windows "Photos" (from Windows 10) that dropped color management.

 

So the difference in this case is most likely caused by a defective monitor profile, which can affect applications differently.

 

You'll notice the same difference between Library and Develop in the screenshots above. The OP apparently misinterprets this as "before" vs "after". But it's not. They are both "after" - but one is incorrectly represented because of the broken monitor profile.

 

To correct this, use a calibrator to make a new profile. If you don't have one, use sRGB IEC61966-2.1 as a temporary measure until you do (Adobe RGB if it's a wide gamut monitor). It won't be entirely accurate, but better than a broken profile.

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Thank you.  I will give it a try. 

 

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