Color Space in Lightroom: How to manage color in Lightroom
Hope that helps.
Thanks for your fast reply.
But, I'd like to know that 1:1 & standard previews are where does use in.
Previews are displayed in Library, Map, Book, Slideshow, Print, and Web modules using Adobe RGB
Previews are displayed in Develop using Pro Photo RGB. 1:1 previews are used for zooming, e.g. to check focus and sharpness.
You can limit the size of the previews cache, if preferred.
Edit > Catalog Settings >> File Handling
You can choose to discard 1:1 previews e.g. after 30 days, or never.
In Ligtroom the working color spaces are fixed by default. But you can choose a different color space on export. For example:
sRGB for display on the web or email attachments
AdobeRGB for some printers
ProPhoto RGB for some high end equipment, but only with 16 bit images
A specific profile for printing
See this link for more information:
Moments ago, I tested as follows.
1. Import has a few photos. (Using 'standard preview' option)
2. The size of the Preview folder is about 27MB.
3. I was zoom a one photo in the Develop module, size of the Preview folder has not increased.
4. And then I was zoom ohter photo in the Library module. size of the Preview folder has increased.(28.1MB)
1:1 Preview Images are only used in the Library module.
On the other hand, In the Develop module it is presumed to use a different preview image.
I would like to understand the phenomenon.
In Develop you will initially see a preview whilst data is called from the original image file/camera raw cache. So you sometimes see for a few seconds Loading…..
Thank you useful information.
So You mean that Develop module does not use the preview image?
Develop will use the available preview, but only briefly.
Thank you for your help.