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RAW photos get automatically converted

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Hi,

I have been using photoshop for over a yer now. Around a year ago I started editing RAW photos using photoshop. Since Feburary this year I am facing an issue with saving RAW edited images.

 

Whenever i edit and save a RAW image, it automatically converts to black and white. On my desktop it shows that the image contains colour but when I open the image it is black and white.

 

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RAW photos get automatically converted

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Hi,

I have been using photoshop for over a yer now. Around a year ago I started editing RAW photos using photoshop. Since Feburary this year I am facing an issue with saving RAW edited images.

 

Whenever i edit and save a RAW image, it automatically converts to black and white. On my desktop it shows that the image contains colour but when I open the image it is black and white.

 

Please help!

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Hello, are you opening the raw files in Adobe Camera Raw? From which camera do they come from?

Is camera Raw set to a B&W preset?

Please post a screenshot of ACR with the preset tab open.

OR, do you save the files as Photoshop RAW files, if yes, why? it is not made for archival, but just for very specialized workflows?

If you edit a (photo camera) raw file, as a smart layer, you can save it as a PSD or a TIFF to keep the layers intact.

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Hi,

I use a Cannon EOS 600 and 80D. 

I have not cahnged any settings.

I am new to the software so I havent understood what you have written.

 

All I do after editing the photo is that I save it (without changing anything.)

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Hello, in which format do you save it, then?

do you save it in Photoshop, or in Camera Raw?

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Please post meaningful screenahots.

That might help you to communicate what you don’t describe with wordss. 

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Save them as Jpeg

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Make sure you haven’t accidentally turned on View>Proof Colors with the Proof Setup set to Working Black Plate. Also make sure you don’t have a Monochrome Profile set in your Camera Raw dialog:

 

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Hi @rob day,

I just checked my settings;

Working CYMK and

Adobe colour is set

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The same photos that I edit using photoshop on my phone do not convert to black and white.

@rob day 

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Post some screen captures.

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