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| p.1 #3 · p.1 #3 · Monitor Calibration does not match in Lightroom and CS5? HELP? |
It uses Adobe RGB to display previews in the Library Module and Melissa RGB (a hybrid color space) in the Develop Module.
For rendered files such as TIFF, JPEG, and PSD files, Lightroom uses the image’s embedded color profile to display the image, histogram, and color values. If the image doesn’t have a profile, Lightroom assumes the sRGB profile, and the image may not look as expected on your monitor. (excerpt from LR help file)
The image should appear roughly the same in PS and LR when viewed on the same monitor. A significant difference might be caused by:
- A preset that you unintentionally applied during import in LR.
- Improper color management in PS (assign instead of convert to another color space, using the monitor profile as the working color space, etc.)
- Doing the comparison with soft-proofing turned on in PS but not LR or vice-versa.
All I can think of for the moment.