When saving from photoshop back to lightroom, the image is changing

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May 17, 2022 May 17, 2022

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So as I usually do, I am editing in LR the colors, exposure and etc... and then transfering the image straight to PS using the option (edit in PS). After fixing some elements with healing and patching I am saving, and the image is transfered back to LR with the changes that has been made. But in last few days this is not working properly. After saving the image in photoshop, the new image in LR has totaly different color edit.

On the left is the new image saved from photoshop with only healing changes been made. Why is this happening and how to fix it ?
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Adobe Community Professional , May 17, 2022 May 17, 2022
The fix is to reset Photoshop preferences. It's a bug that prevents the color profile from being correctly embedded in Photoshop. Quite a few people have reported this, and resetting prefs has fixed it in all cases.

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Adobe Community Professional , May 17, 2022 May 17, 2022
You're going to have to reopen all those images that mismatch and use the Assign Profile command and assign the correct color profile that you selected in LR's preferences originally. The bug strips this profile, the reset of PS preferences fixes this issue (for the time being) but the edited images still do not have the correct profile. You'll have to fix that as described. 

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The fix is to reset Photoshop preferences.

 

It's a bug that prevents the color profile from being correctly embedded in Photoshop. Quite a few people have reported this, and resetting prefs has fixed it in all cases.

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I'll try that, thank you 🙏

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You're going to have to reopen all those images that mismatch and use the Assign Profile command and assign the correct color profile that you selected in LR's preferences originally. The bug strips this profile, the reset of PS preferences fixes this issue (for the time being) but the edited images still do not have the correct profile. You'll have to fix that as described. 


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