1. Take a picture using the LRM app set to Professional and DNG. Picture looks great with saturated colors. No editing at all.
2. Press on picture to invoke “previous” and same picture loses significant saturation. Release press on picture does NOT return image to original saturation.
3. Swipe to next or previous image and back to picture in question and saturation has returned.
4. Any edits to image in question immediately reduces saturation again.
5. Sharing unedited original saturation image in question to Mail, Messages, or other app shares desaturated image.
6.However, Exporting Original from LRM to Camera Roll preserves saturation.
7. Issue seems to be related to Lens Correction tool but it doesn’t matter if I have Lens Correction toggled On or Off in LRM settings.
Otherwise a great app!!!
Please let me know if you need further details.
Which iPhone version do you have running? - Guido/ Lr Mobile QE
iPhone 8 plus and iOS 11.03
The current behavior is that we first show the embedded ios preview and as soon you make an edit we generate the preview with Adobe Camera Raw. The missing piece for the iOS8 is that we not apply a lens-profile with the current app store version which will be fixed with the next update. But there will be still a difference (compared to the ios preview) when you e.g. trigger a before/after via a long tab when you have no changes applied. We have an open report on this and we try to improve this over the next releases.
Lr Mobile QE
Same problem iPhone 7 plus here. Here are two samples exact exposures. Lightroom mobile changed the look. Exposure is the exact same on both both photos. The lighter one is the correct exposure. Frustrating.
We have just release a new Lr CC Mobile version 3.1 and your issue should be fixed. Just give it a try and let me know. _ Guido
Problem still not fixed. Has anyone else complained about this? When I take a RAW photo it is fine when it's previewed in LR mobile. As soon as I click away and it goes in to the "All Photos" folder it is underexposed by 1 stop at least. This has been an issue for months now.