Can we see a side-by-side screen-shot of what you’re talking about?
Is your monitor calibrated and profiled with a hardware calibrator? If so are you using V2 or V4 ICC profiles? Do you have a wide-gamut monitor?
What is your RGB work-space profile in PS? What profile are you saving things with in PS?
Monitor is calibrated with EyeOne device. I am using an Apple Cinema Display. My RGB working color space is Adobe 98 and that is the profile used to edit in PS. I don't know if I am using V2 or V4 profiles. What is the difference? Thanks for the reply.
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LR has had issues with V4 profiles, and the V4 profiles don’t include all the benefits of V4 profiles, anyway, so it’s better to use V2 profiles.
There is a setting in my i1 software, and probably yours, perhaps in Advanced mode, that allows you to specify the version of the created profile.
Switching to a Photoshop manual profile didn't solve the difference in appearance.
LR 4.4 uses a large internal colorspace which is ProPhotoRGB with an sRGB gamma curve, so you might want to set your PS RGB workspace to ProPhotoRGB and see if that makes any difference.
What is the nature of the difference you’re seeing between the LR version and the PS-CS6-reimported version? Can we see a screenshot?
Did things used to work ok and this just started happening or have you just started using LR and/or CS6?