Colours are not matching

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I have been using PS & LR on a PC for about 9 years both are all up to date, but last week when ever i take a photo in PS the colours are way off but the same photo in LR is perfect any one offer any help please?

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Colours are not matching

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I have been using PS & LR on a PC for about 9 years both are all up to date, but last week when ever i take a photo in PS the colours are way off but the same photo in LR is perfect any one offer any help please?

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Sounds like a broken monitor profile (which can affect PS and Lr differently).

 

A monitor profile should ideally be made with a calibrator, but if you don't have one, replace your current profile with sRGB IEC61966-2.1. It won't be entirely accurate, but better than a broken profile. Laptop/monitor manufacturers often distribute their own monitor profiles through Windows Updates. These profiles are very often defective in different ways.

 

Relaunch applications when done; the monitor profile is loaded at application startup.

 

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The screen is calibrated every month with the SpyderX elite, 

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Still sounds like a bad profile. Try sRGB just for diagnostic purposes. If that's not it, try to disable the GPU in preferences > performance.

 

A side-by-side screenshot would help a lot to get an impression of where the problem is.

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Thank you. I will get a screen shot when I get home.

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Is this the information you are looking for?Capture.JPG lightroom.JPGCapture.JPG ps.JPG

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Actually I was thinking about an image that shows the difference. Put the two applications side by side and do a screenshot of the whole screen.

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