On-screen color desaturates when adding stroke border in Print View

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Hi all,

 

Strange issue here; whenever I add a stroke border to an image in Print View - no matter what size or color - the saturation of the image itself reduces ever-so-slightly. This is only on-screen - i.e. if I print the image with/without border there is no difference. I've confirmed this on 3 monitors (including the MBPro display) - so I don't think it's a screen issue...  The actual saturation printed is the one without the border - which makes my workflow slightly awkward (at least when I want to add a border) - as I have to remember to put the border back before printing...

 

Any ideas? is there some setting that I'm missing!? I've attached two screenshots below to show the difference - hope you can see it and it's not just in my head 🙂

 

thanks for any help!

 

/Ole

screenshot-with-border.pngscreenshot-without-border.png

 

 

 

 

 

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On-screen color desaturates when adding stroke border in Print View

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Hi all,

 

Strange issue here; whenever I add a stroke border to an image in Print View - no matter what size or color - the saturation of the image itself reduces ever-so-slightly. This is only on-screen - i.e. if I print the image with/without border there is no difference. I've confirmed this on 3 monitors (including the MBPro display) - so I don't think it's a screen issue...  The actual saturation printed is the one without the border - which makes my workflow slightly awkward (at least when I want to add a border) - as I have to remember to put the border back before printing...

 

Any ideas? is there some setting that I'm missing!? I've attached two screenshots below to show the difference - hope you can see it and it's not just in my head 🙂

 

thanks for any help!

 

/Ole

screenshot-with-border.pngscreenshot-without-border.png

 

 

 

 

 

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Yes I do see this difference within your screenshots. It may be helpful to state your version of Lightroom Classic - how/whether you have hardware-profiled your display - whether you have enabled graphics acceleration for LrC?

 

This display glitch is not usual AFAIK. It is not happening for me (but that's on Windows LrC 9.4, so a very different matter).

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Hi Richard,

 

thanks for your reply! Sorry - I should have added those details initially; I'm running LRC 10.1 on MacOs Big Sur with graphics acceleration enabled (Radeon Pro Vega 16 4 GB) and I'm seeing this on both an older un-calibrated display and a new calibrated/profiled one. Display resolution does not change this behavior.

 

Thanks,

 

/Ole

 

 

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