Lightroom 6: changing the display image in development mode
Problem appeared after having re-installed Lightroom 6.14 on a new PC running Windows 10 (while there is no problem on an old PC under Windows 10).
Either A image displayed in library mode, it appears quite correctly in its central window. As soon as we pass in the design environment, this picture changes of appearance, she appears more cold as if it applied a lower color temperature, while no predefined processing is enabled.
It seems that this phenomenon is linked to the visualization of the development mode: indeed if we export this image of appearance changed to a file image B, this B picture appears quite similar to image A when one visualizes them side by side mode Library.
This phenomenon is very disadvantageous to retouch the photos since working on a display erone of the original image.
This is most likely caused by a defective monitor profile.
Lightroom is color managed, and uses the monitor profile to display images correctly.
Go to Control panel > Color management, and set the monitor profile to sRGB (use Adobe RGB if you have a wide gamut monitor).
Add the sRGB profile and set it as default. Make sure Use my settings for this is checked.
If this fixes the problem, you should ideally calibrate the monitor with a hardware calibrator. This will create a new monitor profile that accurately describes the monitor.
Thanks very much, it did fix the problem perfectly...