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Lightroom Classic displaying images underexposed

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Mar 19, 2020

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Hello, Since yesterday i've been having this problem in lightroom classic and other Adobe programs. There doesn't seem to be anything about it online exept for this (https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/files-are-not-displaying-properly-in-any-adob...)

 

Lightroom is displaying my images underexposed and the color is wrong. When I export them they are much brighter which makes it hard for me to edit the pictures.  I've attached the dark picture which I see in lightroom and the same exported picture. It is like this with every picture, even older ones that were fine before. When I look at the raw picutres in other programs like windows explorer they are fine. My screen is calibrated right, I've updated my Graphics card driver and I'm using a new laptop. Does anybody what this could be?

 

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Lightroom Classic displaying images underexposed

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Hello, Since yesterday i've been having this problem in lightroom classic and other Adobe programs. There doesn't seem to be anything about it online exept for this (https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/files-are-not-displaying-properly-in-any-adob...)

 

Lightroom is displaying my images underexposed and the color is wrong. When I export them they are much brighter which makes it hard for me to edit the pictures.  I've attached the dark picture which I see in lightroom and the same exported picture. It is like this with every picture, even older ones that were fine before. When I look at the raw picutres in other programs like windows explorer they are fine. My screen is calibrated right, I've updated my Graphics card driver and I'm using a new laptop. Does anybody what this could be?

 

Thanks in advance

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LEGEND ,
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You say your screen is calibrated right, how do you know? Your symptoms indicate that your screen is not properly calibrated.

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Before yesterday I had no problems with lightroom nor photoshop. Since then I did not change anything about my screen. Also the exported jpeg looks much brighter so there seems to be a problem anyway. Also the histogram in lightroom indicates the picture should be brighter. Should I reset my screen calibration settings just to be shure?

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LEGEND ,
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I would re-calibrate. As I said, you have the symptoms of a bad calibration (althoug there are probably other things that can cause similar symptoms)

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Another thing to try: if your monitor is normal gamut, change the profile (in Control Panel -> Color Management) to sRGB IEC61966-2.1, or if it's a wide-gamut monitor, set it to Adobe RGB.  Then reboot.  If the monitor has internal calibration with switchable colour space, set the corresponding space (sRGB or Adobe RGB).  The result might not be the right calibration, but should rule out a faulty profile.  Don't forget to recalibrate or reset to the previous profile afterwards.  

 

What type of monitor are you using?

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