Can't use Vibrance adjustment layer, turnes pink?

Explorer ,
Jun 04, 2021 Jun 04, 2021

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I'm not able to use the Vibrance adjustment. I can create a layer, but the minute I make any change from 0 for Vibrance or Saturation, the image goes pink and stays that way. There's no variance in the pink regardless of setting.

The only way to fix it is to back up in history and discard the vibrance layer.

Any ideas?

Thanks.

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Can you share a photo of your layers panel with the adjustment layers in place?

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Jun 04, 2021 Jun 04, 2021

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Here it is. Pink overlay happens whenever I change Vib/Sat from 0 to any amount pos/neg. Happens with lots of layers or only one.

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Should also mention, happens on any photo I try.

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Check your monitor profiles. I've seen this before where the color profile is something off instead of a standard RGB format.

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Not sure which one you mean. In Win10, the color profile is the same as always: Dell U2412M Color Profile, D6500. (This is an older Dell XPS 8300 Tower).

In PS, I have the 'color profile' set to my printer, a Canon Pixma 100. I've used that for a while now with no problems.

However, I took it out of the Canon profile and put it into the basic sRGB profile, and you're right, the problem stopped.

Does this mean I can no longer work with images with the Canon profile? PS plus Canon has worked very well for me; I'd hate to have to stop using it.

Maybe a refresh of Canon profiles?

 

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A Canon profile shouldn't be used for a working color space in Photoshop.

Your printer profile is for your printer and can be utilized by letting your printer handle color instead of Photoshop managing color when printing:

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/printing-color-management-photoshop1.html 

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