Photos having a blueish tint after adding them them to premiere pro

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Hello,

 

I don't know if you have encountered the problem,  which turns your photos, not videos, "blueish" after adding/importing them to premiere pro. Even before exporting the footage, it looks blueish. I've heard some people speak about footage that shifted in color after exporting, but I haven't even exported my footage, and it has a different color already.

 

Could someone help me with this issue?

 

There are pictures attached to illustrate it better.

 

I really appreciate any help you can provide. : )

 

Emanuel

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Photos having a blueish tint after adding them them to premiere pro

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Hello,

 

I don't know if you have encountered the problem,  which turns your photos, not videos, "blueish" after adding/importing them to premiere pro. Even before exporting the footage, it looks blueish. I've heard some people speak about footage that shifted in color after exporting, but I haven't even exported my footage, and it has a different color already.

 

Could someone help me with this issue?

 

There are pictures attached to illustrate it better.

 

I really appreciate any help you can provide. : )

 

Emanuel

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What is the color space of the jpgs? If not sRGB, then open in Photoshop or other stills editor, and save as sRGB. Not sure about whether the white-point is crucial, but if there's an option, D65 of course.


AdobeRGB. ProPhotoRGB, and several of the other RGB spaces do not work correctly in Premiere.


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