I just updated to Big Sur and started editing in LR. I noticed that switchig from develop mode to library mode the previews have a color shift. It is not on all of the images either. It is scattered and if I change the view options for library mode the images that look wrong in color actually update. But this isn't a consistent fix because if I scroll down a few then the color shift appears again on others. I don't know what is going on.
How are you calibrating your screen? Oftentimes these sort of differences are caused by the display profile being bad. You can also check if the difference disappears when you turn off Graphics card acceleration in the Lightroom preferences.
When you zoom to 1:1 in Library, does the difference disappear? This is likely sloppy delayed updating of the library previews. zooming 1:1 forces a new preview to be generated. I've noticed it recently starting to happen that library previews are not always updated even after going into develop.
Hi! When I zoom in to the image from library, the color looks right but when I go back the preview does not update. The only thing I found that makes it update either to correct color or not, is toggling the show grid view options on and off in the library view options dialog box.
I am experiencing the same exact issue. We have two iMacs, we updated mine to Big Sur and I am experiencing this issue with LR10. On our other iMac, we did not update the OS and we are not having the issue in LR10. I've noticed that it is only in the grid view in library mode, in loupe view and develop I am not experiencing the issue. The issue is not present on every image, just some of the images. I have tried using the default monitor profile instead of our calibrated profile and I've disabled the use of the graphics processor (both suggestions from Adobe forums). Nothing has worked. At this point, I am considering resetting the iMac and installing the previous operating system.