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Can you review images inside Lightroom in SRGB color space?

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Jan 15, 2018 Jan 15, 2018

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Can you review images inside Lightroom in SRGB color space? So you could see what they will look like on the web and in print Thanks

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Community Expert , Jan 15, 2018 Jan 15, 2018

You can in Lightroom Classic but not in Lightroom CC

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You can in Lightroom Classic but not in Lightroom CC

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Jan 16, 2018 Jan 16, 2018

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Can you please let me know how you can view your images inside Lightroom Classic CC in SRGB color space? Thank you

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Jan 16, 2018 Jan 16, 2018

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Go to Develop. Click on "Soft Proofing" (bar below the image). In the area below the histogram you'll see a new option to choose a profile. In there choose sRGB. On most displays you will not see a difference but on some wide-gamut displays you might see some slight differences in highly saturated areas.

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There are lots of videos online to show you how to do this if you search for "Lightroom soft proofing"

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I thank you for your time and effort! I have always used Photoshop to export my images to be seen on Flickr through the Export As dialogue box inside Photoshop so I could see how much I need to reduce the saturation in the image before uploading it (as the saturation will increase once you it has been converted from Adobe RGB 1998 color space to SRGB). Why can’t Adobe have the same Export As dialogue box inside Lightroom?! Exporting images through the Export command inside Lightroom is hit and miss! I hope someone at Adobe can explain that to me. Thank you.

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