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Hi, when I export raw photos I've edited to jpg, my editing parameters are not applied as before export. 

The after export photo is much darker than the one before.

Is it a compression issue?

How can I avoid losing my editing work? 

You can see the difference on the photos I posted. 

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Hi, when I export raw photos I've edited to jpg, my editing parameters are not applied as before export. 

The after export photo is much darker than the one before.

Is it a compression issue?

How can I avoid losing my editing work? 

You can see the difference on the photos I posted. 

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How are you viewing the exported image? If you view it in a non-color managed application then that explains it. 

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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Thank you for your answer.

Well, I'm viewing it on the Windows Photos app. But when I open the jpg version in Photoshop it looks the same as in the Photos app... I have to increase the exposition before exporting otherwise it's really too dark..

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I compared your screenshot and your image in Photoshop, and I do not see any real differences in brightness. I do see a slight difference in color, but that can be explained by the fact that the screenshot has no color profile so I am not looking at the screenshot in the correct color space (which is your monitor).

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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