I have a mac book pro retina mid 2014 with lightroom 5.7 on it.
I recently updated to OS El Capitan v. 10.11.03.
After the upgrade i started having a problem when moving from the library panel to the developing panel. In the library panel the image looks fine and you can see all the changes i made in the developing panel.
When moving to the develop panel, the image first looks accurate and after about a second dims down dramatically and becomes grey (No changes in the histogram). When moving back to library module the image goes back to normal.
Its worth mentioning that when my computer is connected to my external Eizo screen there is no problem on the Eizo screen but the problem remains on the retina screen buit in to the laptop.
At the moment i cant do any editing on my laptop screen
Can any body help
I am getting desperate.
When Library and Develop don't match, it's usually caused by a defective monitor profile.
As troubleshooting and possibly a temporary fix, try setting the monitor profile to sRGB, as described here:
If this fixes the issue, you should ideally calibrate the screen with a hardware calibrator, which will create a new, accurate profile.
Thank you Per
It was indeed a profile issue. Although a strange one.
The screens were both calibrated and had an icc profile to begin with but one worked (eizo) and the other didn't.
To make a long story short i recalibriated with i1 and had to do it a few times until i found one type of icc profile (matrix based) that worked.
Thanks for that