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Thu, Apr 18, 2019 12:02 AM

Lightroom Classic: Selecting "Edit in> Edit in AdobePphotoshop CC 2019" Discards lens profile corrections and changes colors

With an image that has been adjusted in Lightroom Classic CC, editing in photoshop and saving as Tiff, the resulting image will have different colors (oversaturated) and have no lens corrections applied. This is extra obvious when you compare the photoshop edited file next to the original in lightroom.

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2 y ago

When you ask Lightroom to go to Photoshop, you should see a dialog where you choose whether you edit the original or the original with Lightroom adjustments. Just choose the "Edit with adjustments" option and you will see the effects of the edits you have made in Lightroom. Then the colors should not be shifted.

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2 y ago

Can you explain exactly what you are doing/seeing? When the TIFF image comes back from Photoshop, it's a new original and so you won't see any edits applied to it in the Develop module, including no lens corrections. That is normal. Those edits (including the lens corrections) have been applied when the image was initially sent from Lightroom to Photoshop however, so they are now 'baked into' the TIFF.

Als check the version numbers of both Lightroom and Photoshop. A mismatch between versions could mean that different profiles will be applied, and that will cause differences in color.

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2 y ago

You saved as TIFF, the lens correction would have been baked into the pixels if you did apply it in the first place.