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Photography appears darker after imported into Premiere Pro

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I'm desperate.
Photos get darker and lose color after importing into Premiere Pro
I have re-read several posts but it doesn't help me. For example, "Why does my footage look darker in Premiere?" Color Q&A https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/quot-why-does-my-footage-look-darker-in-premiere-quot-co... 1
This is more related to the video and I have a problem with the photo.

 

Premier Pro Color 3a.jpg

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What did I do:

1 - In Premiere Pro> Preferences> General> "Enable Display Color Management (requires GPU acceleration)" - doest help.

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In NVIDIA

2 - Open NVIDIA Control Panel.
Go down to Video and select “Adjust video color settings.”
Under # 2 (How do you make color adjustments), select “With the NVIDIA settings.”
Under the Advanced tab change the Dynamic Range with the drop-down to “Full (0-255)” (not “Limited (16-235)”).

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My system
Windows 10
UP270Q Dell display - color space Adobe RGB D65

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Nvidia 1660 super graphic card

Please help!

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Photography appears darker after imported into Premiere Pro

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Sep 18, 2020

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I'm desperate.
Photos get darker and lose color after importing into Premiere Pro
I have re-read several posts but it doesn't help me. For example, "Why does my footage look darker in Premiere?" Color Q&A https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/quot-why-does-my-footage-look-darker-in-premiere-quot-co... 1
This is more related to the video and I have a problem with the photo.

 

Premier Pro Color 3a.jpg

Premier Pro Color 3b.jpg

 

 

What did I do:

1 - In Premiere Pro> Preferences> General> "Enable Display Color Management (requires GPU acceleration)" - doest help.

1741132_Screen Shot 2019-04-23 at 11.07.33 AM.png

In NVIDIA

2 - Open NVIDIA Control Panel.
Go down to Video and select “Adjust video color settings.”
Under # 2 (How do you make color adjustments), select “With the NVIDIA settings.”
Under the Advanced tab change the Dynamic Range with the drop-down to “Full (0-255)” (not “Limited (16-235)”).

1.JPG

 

My system
Windows 10
UP270Q Dell display - color space Adobe RGB D65

Capture.JPG
Nvidia 1660 super graphic card

Please help!

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Crash, Editing, Error or problem, Formats, Hardware or GPU, How to, Import, Performance, User interface or workspaces

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Premiere Pro's colorspace is REC709 by default for HD Footage. Not much you can do about it. If your photos are sRGB and tagged as such, they "should" look correct in Premiere Pro, but there is still a conversion going on. Where do you view your photo's? Photoshop? Are you using any display colormanament in Ps? From my understanding the Enable Display Colormanagement checkbox should be OFF if you are producing for social/web etc.

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Photos are ProPhoto RGB

I have a friend which open the same photos on his system and he has match color

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Yes, I open in Photoshop

I using any display color management - Adobe RGB D65

Windows color management the same 

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