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Color shift between Develop module vs Print module

Sep 16, 2018
Lightroom Experience
Lightroom Version
Lightroom Version
Operating System
macOS 10.13 High Sierra
After editing a color image in the Develop module, I see a color shift, primarily in the reds, when I go to the Print module to print the image. The reds are less saturated, which sometimes is acceptable, but other times not. The print does match what I see in the Print module, but definitely does not correspond to what I did in the Develop module. Any explanations or solutions will be appreciated.

Jul 2, 2015
Lightroom Experience
Power User
Lightroom Version
If you want to get an idea of how your print will look like, then check the soft proofing option in the Develop module. Your print cannot match what you saw in the Develop module, because the Develop module uses a color space that no printer can print.