Before = NO adjustments made!
After = With adjustments made.
There would be no point to Before / After if there were no changes.
Not sure you read the entire post. Even when the picture is reset, the before and after pictures aren't the same.
In other words, you're saying that the before image is a completely different image. Is that right? I've never seen that before.
Thanks for the response.
It's the same picture, however, with some elements altered. For example, the colors are more vibrant on the "before" picture, with more saturated reds and greens.
I assumed the reset button would make the pictures the same. But that isn't the case!
Any idea why that may be?
Don't know what to tell you. I just reset an image that I had developed and then did a before/after comparison. They were the same. Was it the same image, or did you have the original and a copy? Is this a raw or JPEG?
It was the original, and these are RAW files. It appears to be happening with quite a few pictures.
Thanks for the response!
Here is a picture of the difference (see below). As you can see - the carpeting on the stairs look faded in the 'After' picture. This is after I click 'Reset' in the develop module.
Appreciate any help.
Also, for what it's worth - the 'Before' looks pretty good - and I would be happy just using it as is...