Inviato: Venerd́ 18 Agosto 2017, 9:57 Oggetto: Color management in Photoshop CC doesn't work
first of all I am sorry for my english, i am not a native speaker, i still hope you can understand my problem.
I am having the following setup:
- Laptop Lenovo Ideapad
- Windows 10
- Benq SW2700PT monitor connected via HDMI to the laptop
- Colorimeter X-Rite i1 Display Pro
I did the following steps:
1. hardware calibrated my Benq monitor using the Benq software Palette Master Element to 90 cd/m2, sRGB, Gamma 2.2, white point 6500K.
2. calibration was successful and as a result an ICC profile was created on system level. This is now the default profile in Windows color management (named SW2700 1_D65_sRGB_L90_G22_2017-07-19T22).
After the above steps, all the colors fit perfect in programs like Irfan View, Windows Photo Viewer, Windows Explorer, but not in Adobe programs such as Lightroom and Photoshop CC.
I work in sRGB, all the pictures that I open in Photoshop are way more saturated than they should be.
I tried the following Photoshop settings, none of them seems to solve my problem:
- Edit -> Color Management -> Custom Settings -> Working Spaces -> RGB -> sRGB IEC61966-2.1
- Edit -> Color Management -> Custom Settings -> Working Spaces -> RGB -> SW2700 1_D65_sRGB_L90_G22_2017-07-19T22
If I save the pictures in Photoshop, no matter which way (jpeg, png or export for web) the pictures look as they are supposed to. Even the "export to web" preview shows the proper picture, but not Photoshop itself.
I read about a lot of people having the exact same problem as me, they just "solved" it by using the proof, which makes it look ok in Photoshop, but doesn't solve my problem, especially because I also use Lightroom and the proof is supposed to contain the ICC profile of my printer.
Note: Under Edit -> Color Management -> Custom Settings -> Working Spaces -> RGB -> Other I only see one "Monitor RGB - Generic PnP Monitor" color profile, which is the one created by the software calibration of my laptop display. Shouldn't there be a profile with a similar name "SW2700 1_D65_sRGB_L90_G22_2017-07-19T22" in the same list, which would show that Photoshop identified the profile as being a monitor profile? Anyway, wouldnt it be wrong to select another profile than sRGB IEC61966-2.1 here?
I tried the above steps twice: once exporting a V4 icc profile during calibration and once a V2 profile. Both tries had the same result
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