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Hello!

Recently, I have a problem with exporting photos in the Lightroom. Previously, there was no such problem. When processing a RAW file and exporting it to JPG, the colors change. All preferences is old, it is worth the full size, sRGB. Has anyone encountered a similar problem on MacOS?

 

i have a printscreen. on the left is what i want, and on the right is export file

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problem with export

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Hello!

Recently, I have a problem with exporting photos in the Lightroom. Previously, there was no such problem. When processing a RAW file and exporting it to JPG, the colors change. All preferences is old, it is worth the full size, sRGB. Has anyone encountered a similar problem on MacOS?

 

i have a printscreen. on the left is what i want, and on the right is export file

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I've moved this from the poorly named Community Help forum (which is the forum for issues using the forums) to the Lightroom forum so that proper help can be offered.

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I've been having the exact same issue for a couple weeks now! My work around for it is to download my images individually from Lightroom online. It's not ideal, but it's a short term fix. Hopefully someone at adobe can solve this soon!

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I am having the same issue! I am waiting on hold right now waiting for Adobe support. Anyone solve this issue?

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Moved to Lightroom Desktop forum (was in Lightroom Classic).

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Many Mac systems now use wide gamut displays (DCI-P3). This requires a fully color managed viewer that uses the display color profile. If the photo viewer does not use the display profile the images will look over-saturated as in your screenshot. What model Mac system and viewer are you using? Try adding the file to Lightroom or opening it in Photoshop, which is fully color managed. How deos it look there?

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