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PS iPad desaturates images on export

Community Beginner ,
Jun 15, 2024 Jun 15, 2024

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Hello, I'm hoping someone can help me. I'm not sure if this is a bug or a user error. 

I recently got a refurbished iPad Gen 6 and was excited to be able to edit in PS on the go. But I noticed that when I export my edited photos from the iPad version the images become desaturated and drab looking. I've opened both images on PS desktop and looked at the color mode settings in the before and after settings but they remain unchanged. I can't figure out what is happening or find any export settings in iPad PS settings to see what could be happening. This is very disappointing and will definitely prevent me from editing on my iPad if I can't figure it out. 

 

Here is what the image looks like before being importrd into PS iPad:

male-fantasy-drow-or-dark-elf-dressed-in-pastel-rainbow-colorful-circus-ringmaster-clothing-lavende-462381884.jpg

 

Here is after export:

male-fantasy-drow-or-dark-elf-dressed-in-pastel-rainbow-colorful-circus-ringmaster-clothing-lavende-462381884-Edit.png

 

Both images show they are RGB 16bit. Please help!

 

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Jun 15, 2024 Jun 15, 2024

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But what is the embedded color profile, sRGB, Adobe RGB, Display P3, ProPhoto? And crucially, is there an embedded profile at all? If not, all bets are off and it can look like anything depending on where you see it.

 

The point of an embedded profile is to define the colors.

 

 

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The embedded profile going into PS is sRGB. but PS seems to strip the color profile on export. also I'm converting from jpg to png, but I didn't think that would affect the color profile. 

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The embedded profile going into PS is sRGB. but PS seems to strip the color profile on export. also I'm converting from jpg to png, but I didn't think that would affect the color profile. 

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Check "embed color profile" in Export. Once you've done that it sticks. Don't uncheck it again, the profile should always be embedded.

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Thank you!  I'll try that! 

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