We need to see screen shots and a screen shot of the Full export dialog window.
My Lightroom version: CC 2015.12
Has a flower start-up picture
And the jpeg looks exactly the same than the photoshop TTF
Put a check mark in "Sharpen For:" in the Output Sharpening section and set it to Screen and do another export.
Hello Natalouwrens, you have now jumped into several threads with your situation, and it would be best if you could stick to the one thread that you started here, so we don't get your problem and MarkMas problem (he started this thread) confused. The answer your problem could be different than the answer to the problem at the top of this thread.
So please, Natalouwrens, post your pictures and settings in the thread you started at Unsharp and noisy when exported from lightroom to jpeg and not here.
Let's keep the discussion here to the problem posed by MarkMas
I am attaching 4 screenshots.
1. Screenshot from Lightroom ( Saved using Windows Paint).
2. Screenshot from Lightroom ( Saved using L View Pro ( a very old
Note when captured in LviewPro, the eye in the image looks bright, but
when saved and opened in EITHER LviewPro or Windows Viewer, it is Dull.
The problem could be that when Windows saves the screenshot, it might
somehow downgrade the image quality?
When the screenshot is captured directly into Windows Paint ( as
opposed to LviewPro), the eye is immediate Dull ( even without saving and
3. Screenshot of Export screen.
I am not sure if you will be able to tell the difference between these
files, given what I have described above, because my sense is that Windows
is somehow adversely affecting the image when it saves the screenshots.
So, to get around the problem that seems to be created by WIndows ( maybe
that's why people use Apples ), I have taken pics of the Lightroom
screen and the Windows Photo viewer, using my mobile phone ( Samsung Galaxy
S6) and am attaching them here ( attachments 5 & 6).
On Sat, Aug 5, 2017 at 10:14 PM, Just Shoot Me <firstname.lastname@example.org>
So you can just ignore my earlier email with all the attachments and
Thanks a mil for the advice.
I don't really understand the significance of ticking the sharpen for
screen box, but seeing that it worked perfectly, I reckon I will just leave
that setting in place for all the images that I export.
Any explanations would be appreciated, but thanks again.