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Colour cast on Photoshop GUI

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Sep 11, 2020

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Images are being produced fine but the GUI for photoshop has a distinct yellow/warm cast. When I switch back to Bridge all is well....go back to photoshop and there is the cast again ARGH! all other application display fine...any suggestions welcome. Using lastest 21.2.2 on Windows 10

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Whilst taking the steps shown in the video have partially overcome an issue with a broken monitor profile on your system, you are now using a generic colour space profile as a monitor profile. Unfortunately that still does not accurately describe the behaviour of your monitor. So although it was a good first step in diagnosing the issue, if you want accurate colour, you should now take a second step and use a hardware calibration & profiling device such as the i1Display to make a good monitor profile that does describe your monitor.

 

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Colour cast on Photoshop GUI

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Images are being produced fine but the GUI for photoshop has a distinct yellow/warm cast. When I switch back to Bridge all is well....go back to photoshop and there is the cast again ARGH! all other application display fine...any suggestions welcome. Using lastest 21.2.2 on Windows 10

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Correct answer by davescm | Adobe Community Professional

Whilst taking the steps shown in the video have partially overcome an issue with a broken monitor profile on your system, you are now using a generic colour space profile as a monitor profile. Unfortunately that still does not accurately describe the behaviour of your monitor. So although it was a good first step in diagnosing the issue, if you want accurate colour, you should now take a second step and use a hardware calibration & profiling device such as the i1Display to make a good monitor profile that does describe your monitor.

 

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Hi

Can you post a screenshot of the issue, it could possibly be an issue with your GPU driver

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Sep 11, 2020

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I've got three shots here that show the problem. all screen shots from the same monitor. 1. Image in Camera Raw 2. Image as it is displayed on Photoshop and 3. the final image file it's self.screen shot of Camera Rawscreen shot of Camera RawScreen shot of PhotoshopScreen shot of PhotoshopFinal ImageFinal Image

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Sep 12, 2020

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Yay! Sorted....if you have this problem look here

 

https://youtu.be/CfsKg2rl-V8

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NOTE: you must check "use my settings for this device" above! Support me on Patreon or PayPal so i can make more videos: https://www.patreon.com/pajopaki htt...

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Whilst taking the steps shown in the video have partially overcome an issue with a broken monitor profile on your system, you are now using a generic colour space profile as a monitor profile. Unfortunately that still does not accurately describe the behaviour of your monitor. So although it was a good first step in diagnosing the issue, if you want accurate colour, you should now take a second step and use a hardware calibration & profiling device such as the i1Display to make a good monitor profile that does describe your monitor.

 

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