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Loss of Saturation (Yellow)

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Apr 09, 2019

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Someone please help me! I have been editing photos on my old iPhone via Lightroom CC for some time and when I bump up the saturation of my yellow car and then export it, it looks as it did in the app. I now have a new Samsung Galaxy s10 and when I bump up the yellow saturation in Lightroom on my Samsung Galaxy s10 it struggles to produce yellow both in the app and then when I export the photo of my yellow car the yellow looks terrible and dull and even worse! So I though maybe I'll just edit my car photography on my 2017 MacBook pro thinking the app was very well optimised for my new Samsung  galaxy s10.  I edited the photos of my yellow car in Lightroom on my MacBook and in the Lightroom program on my MacBook it looks beautiful but then when I export it the same issue occurs!!! It looks dull, loses all of it's saturation and the bright highlighter yellow turns to a yucky muddy dull  yellow. I don't know what is going on! I'm so lost as to what I should do because I want to use Lightroom and even considered paying for the version on my MacBook past it's free trial but why would i bother when its ruining photos. I need someone to help me resolve this. It's happening on both my Samsung Galaxy s10 using both natural screen mode and vivid screen mode and my MacBook pro on it's normal stock screen mode. I've even edited the photos on the said devices and then sent them over to one another and they appear the same. The weird thing is my iPhone XS that I got rid of didn't really have this issue. It would drop the yellow the tiniest bit but overall still looked beautiful upon export and saving. Help! I love light room and want to use it but now I can't as I love car photography. My car is a bright vibrant cool toned yellow bit it's turning it into a desaturated muddy yellow mess.

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Loss of Saturation (Yellow)

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Apr 09, 2019

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Someone please help me! I have been editing photos on my old iPhone via Lightroom CC for some time and when I bump up the saturation of my yellow car and then export it, it looks as it did in the app. I now have a new Samsung Galaxy s10 and when I bump up the yellow saturation in Lightroom on my Samsung Galaxy s10 it struggles to produce yellow both in the app and then when I export the photo of my yellow car the yellow looks terrible and dull and even worse! So I though maybe I'll just edit my car photography on my 2017 MacBook pro thinking the app was very well optimised for my new Samsung  galaxy s10.  I edited the photos of my yellow car in Lightroom on my MacBook and in the Lightroom program on my MacBook it looks beautiful but then when I export it the same issue occurs!!! It looks dull, loses all of it's saturation and the bright highlighter yellow turns to a yucky muddy dull  yellow. I don't know what is going on! I'm so lost as to what I should do because I want to use Lightroom and even considered paying for the version on my MacBook past it's free trial but why would i bother when its ruining photos. I need someone to help me resolve this. It's happening on both my Samsung Galaxy s10 using both natural screen mode and vivid screen mode and my MacBook pro on it's normal stock screen mode. I've even edited the photos on the said devices and then sent them over to one another and they appear the same. The weird thing is my iPhone XS that I got rid of didn't really have this issue. It would drop the yellow the tiniest bit but overall still looked beautiful upon export and saving. Help! I love light room and want to use it but now I can't as I love car photography. My car is a bright vibrant cool toned yellow bit it's turning it into a desaturated muddy yellow mess.

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Apr 21, 2019

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It's very strange that there is such a difference. Posting some screenshots may help someone in the community help you.

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