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  • Lightroom Export setup

    Hello,

    I use photoshop and lightroom too. Usually I do changes in lightroom and export the file to edit in PS. My photoshop, monitor and lightroom are calibrated to Adobe rgb 1998.
    The problem is the export option. I use the "Original" file option and with this I can still open the file in the photoshop's camera raw if I need it. However I just realized if I stick with the "original" option the color looks different in PS.
    More reddish\blueish, not much but noticeable. It's not the Prophoto rgb issue cos I use only adobe rgb setup everywhere.

    I solved this thing. I picked the "PSD" or "TIFF" option and then export. This way it looks the same as in Lightroom however the file size is smaller. Is this the correct option if I want the same look?

    Thanks for your help.
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    Last edited by testerke; 10-11-2015, 04:06 AM.

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    Re: Lightroom Export setup

    Are you using an older version of photoshop? If there's a version mismatch of any kind, they may not match when you export to .cr2. A tiff export would rasterize and process the file in Lightroom, convert to Adobe 1998, and export with that tag. That should certainly match. Just don't delete your raw files if possible.

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    • #3
      Re: Lightroom Export setup

      Yeah, everything is updated.

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      • #4
        Re: Lightroom Export setup

        Originally posted by testerke View Post
        Yeah, everything is updated.
        If it's pulling identical settings to those used in Lightroom, there isn't anything else you can do. I don't understand your workflow though. If you adjust in lightroom, just process them out from there if you need to edit in photoshop. It just means leaving lightroom open more or opening it if you intend to edit a specific image. You don't lose anything else.

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        • #5
          Re: Lightroom Export setup

          I always kept the original file to know what were the changes.
          Thanks for the help.

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          • #6
            Re: Lightroom Export setup

            Ok I think I figured out.
            In Lightroom I disabled the "Camera Calibration" option but In PS I couldn't do that.
            lol

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            • #7
              Re: Lightroom Export setup

              Originally posted by testerke View Post
              Ok I think I figured out.
              In Lightroom I disabled the "Camera Calibration" option but In PS I couldn't do that.
              lol
              Can you explain that? Disabled should be equivalent to a lack of slider adjustments in the calibration tab. Adobe always has some input profile though. You can't really interpret data without some input basis.

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              • #8
                Re: Lightroom Export setup

                I've never seen this before but I have some photos with "ACR" profile.
                Every slider is on default and the profile is "adobe standard".
                When I turn off the Camera calibration panel in lightroom they look the same. If I turn on, only the photos with "ACR" profile look different (more reddish).

                In PS I can't turn off the panel and that's why it looks weird.
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