As the image is changing saturation between Photoshop and Lightroom, could you please let us know in which module are you view the image in Lightroom?
Do you see any difference when you view the image in Develop module and Library module in Lightroom?
Also, which image format are you working on?
I was viewing/editing in the Develop module, but when I switched it to Library, the colors look normal again! I'm confused! I am working with raw files, saving as tifs. I want to be able to see the true colors as I edit, so any idea what I need to do while in Develop?
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The Library module and the second window use different color spaces and methods of rendering image previews than the Develop module. To speed up the curation process inside the Library module, pre-rendered image previews are displayed. These previews are lossy compressed 8-bit JPEGs in Adobe RGB. Depending on the photo, some loss of image details and color differences might happen. Previews in the Library module and the second window are displayed using the Adobe RGB color space. In the Develop module, by default, Lightroom displays previews using the ProPhoto RGB color space. These differences, sometimes, make images look different.
I'm still confused. The library module actually matches what I have in PS (the one I want). The Develop module looks worse - hard to know what to edit if that is so off. Which is the true one?? Also, if PS is using Srgb, should I switch my settings in LR to Srgb as well instead of prophoto?
Thanks for the info!!
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Would suggest you to calibrate you monitor and set sRGB IEC61966-2.1 color profile as default.