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Color and sharpness changes from LR to photoshop when using "Edit in..." action in LR

skarregaard89

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Nov 26, 2020
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Lightroom Version
10.0
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  1. Windows 10
Hi,
I am starting to get a bit frustrated. I am editing a .ARW file in lightroom, which I would like to take to PSfor further editing. However, when using the "Edit in..." function, the image seems to change when opening in PS. Anyone, who has an answer to why that is? I am using the same colour space in both applications (ProPhoto)

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skarregaard89

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Okay, I'll have try out a couple of things to see if it is the color profile that is failing. That would explain the color change. However, I don't understand how this should effect the sharpness of the image? If you look at the two images, the LR version is kind of blurred. That is intentionally, but in PS it is more detailed or texturized?
 
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