Main Lightroom image different than Navigator panel image and image edited in Photoshop

I've recently noted that when I've edited an image in LR Classic and then move it over to PS that the images are materially different (appears to be tone, color and saturation and possibly other LR edits).  Also, the small image that shows in the Navigator panel of LR Classic doesn't look like the main image in LR Classic when viewed in the Develop module but does look like the image that I've exported to PS.  The Library module image, looks like the Navigator panel image and looks like the image imported into PS ( three images look the same); however the main image in the LR Classic Develop module is different. I am using the Prophoto color space in both LR and PS and am running LR Classic 9.2 and PS 21.1.0.  My operating environment is Mac OS Catalina.

 

I hope this makes sense.  Any help would be appreciated.

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Main Lightroom image different than Navigator panel image and image edited in Photoshop

I've recently noted that when I've edited an image in LR Classic and then move it over to PS that the images are materially different (appears to be tone, color and saturation and possibly other LR edits).  Also, the small image that shows in the Navigator panel of LR Classic doesn't look like the main image in LR Classic when viewed in the Develop module but does look like the image that I've exported to PS.  The Library module image, looks like the Navigator panel image and looks like the image imported into PS ( three images look the same); however the main image in the LR Classic Develop module is different. I am using the Prophoto color space in both LR and PS and am running LR Classic 9.2 and PS 21.1.0.  My operating environment is Mac OS Catalina.

 

I hope this makes sense.  Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: Main Lightroom image different than Navigator panel image and image edited in Photoshop

Most Valuable Participant , Feb 19, 2020

Your display may be configured with a display profile that is corrupt or incompatible with LR. (Library and Develop have different code for using the display profile.) To test that quickly, see this article: 

http://www.lightroomqueen.com/articles-page/how-do-i-change-my-monitor-profile-to-check-whether-its-...

 

If that doesn't help, try setting the option Preferences > Performance > Use Graphics Processor to Off.

 

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Re: Main Lightroom image different than Navigator panel image and image edited in Photoshop

FOLLOW UP TO INITIAL POST - After researching further, I ran across several threads re. LR and PS with BenQ monitors: I use a BenQ SW271.  I followed some of the suggestions from some of the earlier threads and recalibrated the monitor using PME.  That seemed to help.  I assume using a newer version of PME also helped.

Thanks.

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Re: Main Lightroom image different than Navigator panel image and image edited in Photoshop

Adobe Community Professional , Feb 20, 2020

You might try (if you can) making Matrix instead of LUT based profiles and always set for V2 not V4 ICC profiles. Might help. 

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