Please click on the link below and read the entire site carefully. Then follow the instructions to the letter.
In a nutshell:
• Calibrate and profile your monitor. Set the resulting profile as your monitor profile. Never use a device independent color space (such as ProPhoto RGB, Adobe RGB or sRGB) as your monitor profile. Only use your calibrated profile specific to your monitor.
• honor the embedded profile in each file;
• when sending your images to a run-of-the mill lab, convert your images to sRGB (do not use assign profile; use CONVERT to profile) and embed the sRGB profile in them.
The above site explains it all to you.
Wo Tai Lao Le
…I have applied camera profile settings such as landscape, to raw files…
Both Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw ignore all your in-camera settings (except Exposure and White Balance) in RAW files. In-camera settings apply only to JPEGs.
Yes that helped. I was exporting a photo from Lightroom as RGB Pro when it has an imbedded color space of sRGB.
Will keep reading till I know it back the front.
Just to tidy up I actually meant the camera profiles available in lightroom to adjust RAW files Not from in my camera. Many Thanks
I was kind of having the same problem. Thanks though for your advice. It really is a great help.