Do you export the images from Lightroom and then, share them with snapfish for Print?
What are the Export settings of Lightroom and the color space in Photoshop?
It could be possible that the color space for you and snapfish is different and it also depends on their Print Settings.
I always open the photos into PS and save them as JPG from there. I did just change the color setting to ProPhoto as I read that when you edit in LR and transfer to PS its best to have that setting. It still shows up looking dark and muted in the preview on snapfish and with the preview in windows 7. However, I am pleased with the color in PS, LR and on social medias. It also looks fine on other monitors and cell phones on social media. It also looks dark and muted when I preview my snapfish cart on my cell phone.
This is what it looks like when i say its "dark and muted":
This ishow t he photo should look, but when i open it in snapfish it sill looks like the photo above...
ProPhoto is a color space meant for editing, not for final output. Muted colors are typical when viewing ProPhoto images in non-color managed programs.
You should always use sRGB for final output unless someone has specifically told you to use a different profile.
And unless you need to edit in PS, I suggest that you export directly from LR, using the sRGB profile.
Thanks for the workflow steps.
Yes, as mentioned by Per, ProPhoto color space would not be good to export images.
You should select your color space as sRGB for exporting purposes as the default preview converts the color space in sRGB and displays in that.
Within Photoshop, you can go to Edit menu> convert to Profile> choose sRGB as your profile under Destination Space > and then, save the images as jpeg and check if they look good n preview.
Thank you for your help!
I really appreciate it!!