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Image in Lightroom is dark

kistoncsi

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Joined
Nov 29, 2019
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Lightroom Version
8.4
Operating System
Windows 10
Hi!
I got a new laptop and after i made the changes on the picture, after export the pic ibecome much brigther\ over exposed than in lightroom preview.
i use the same setup on the laptop than on my PC but on laptop the in lightroom preview changes to much darker\ under expose.
fail.1.jpg

can someone hknow what did i mess up?
thank you!
 

kistoncsi

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Nov 29, 2019
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In which application do you view the jpeg? Is it possible that this app does some kind of auto-correction?
difrent Apps same result.
what i found that is if i import the same raw file in ligthroom on pc and laptop i see a much darker imige on laptop.
 

kistoncsi

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Nov 29, 2019
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it's not a export setting issue, if i import the bright imige back in to lightroom its not over exposed
Jegyzet 2019-11-29 184317.jpg

this is what lightroom does to a random jpg
my lightroom somehow shows me a much darker image
and this is only on my new laptop on my pc it works just fine...
a matched all the settings but still....
 

kistoncsi

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yes! the monitor profile was problem. Dont know how did that screw me up this much, but thank you for the help!
 
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