Lightroom Destkop: Magenta Cast on Export (Nikon Z6)

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I just did, but the exported photos are wrong again in version 3.3.
Uninstalled and installed a few times now.
For reference I run MacOS Catalina 10.15.5 on a 2017 5K 27 inch iMac with 3.4 GHz Intel I5 and a Radeon Pro 570 graphics card. I tried disabling GPU acceleration, but nothing works.If there is anything I can test let me know, going back to 3.2.1 again now.

Let me share 2 screen grabs, 1 of the development window, and another one of the export preview window. Without making any edits. (Camera Nikon Z 6)

Maybe my info helps.





Note: This conversation was created from a reply on: Lightroom Desktop 3.3: Lens corrections not visible in thumbnails.
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This is a different issue that the original poster was reporting. 

OP- "Since updating, I have noticed that when I apply lens corrections to newly added photos, the effects of those corrections are not visible when viewing the photos in grid view or in exported jpgs of the photos. "

You are seeing a Magenta Cast with no edits applied. This should be a separate thread. 

Was: https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/lens-corrections-not-visible-in-thumbnails-af...  
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Which profile is applied to this image?
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Camera Portet V2, but also visible when using Adobe profiles.
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We've opened a bug report in our system to investigate this further. Thank you for the information. 
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Thank you!  I'm having this issue too.  It's basically a show stopper for exporting images.  Please keep us posted.
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Rikk, the same LR 3.3 issue has also been reported at the below LR forum link. Nikon Z6 export files have a red tint. It appears to be only happen on Mac systems and I can't duplicate the issue on my Windows 10 system.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/lightroom/horrible-red-tint-when-exporting-from-raw/m-p/11235774?page...

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I would like to make it known that this problem spans far beyond just Nikon Z6 users.  This is happening to me with my EOS R and I've seen other similar stories from Fujifilm users.

And it all points back to the most recent update.

Just when I get my image dialed in.  Upon previewing for export, the image turns an ugly red.  Oversaturated skin tones.  And a major stop in my workflow.

I've been using Lightroom reliably for about 6 months now.  Ever since I found out you could download directly from the App Store.  And I've never once had this issue.

Is there anyway Mac users can rollback to the previous version of Lightroom?  I actually enjoyed the simplicity (and the exporting) a lot better.
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Open the Creative Cloud app, click on the three dots . . .  next to Open for the Lightroom app, select Other Versions, and then select 3.2.1.
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For some reason, that option to select "Other Versions" is not available to me.
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Below is what it looks like on my system. From inside LR Desktop app go to Help> About Lightroom and tell us what version is showing. The latest version is 3.3. Please insert a screenshot of what you're seeing in the Creative Cloud app. Thank you.



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@Nolan  - what is your OS version number?