Photoshop: Roundtripping Problems with CaptureOne

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Why is it that when I roundtrip from Capture One that the photo looses some depth if color when it comes back. I can simply remove a wire of even not do anything and the deep reds and yellows return fainter.
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Hello, could we have more information as to your platform, the adobe software test you are using, the file format that you use, the color management settings of both applications, and maybe a side by side screenshot showcasing the difference?
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I am using Capture One Pro 7 software. I sent the photo to PS using "Embedded Camera Profile" as this is the widest color profile there is. I am using a Phase One IQ280 camera so it is being sent if full 16 bit.
All I did in PS was to remove the wire in the upper top left corner. Then I saved the photo using Save As and re-imported it into Capture One. When imported I notice a wide color difference between the photo I sent to PS and the one that returns from PS.
I can send you the photos as well as screen shots of the settings if you can tell me how and where to send them.
thanks,
Paul Franklin
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Hello, in what file format are you exporting from C1, and from Photoshop?
There is a add image button on the window where you compose your answer.
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I am exporting from Capture One in a 16 bit Tiff and I am exporting from PS also in 16 bit tiff. This is a screen shot from Capture One. There is a wire in the upper left hand corner which I will remove in the next screen shot.
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here is the other photo although i think i sent them reversed.