more color gamuts to work in rather than just sRGB

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Nemo,

    Your request has been noted. I will make sure to pass it to our developers!

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    Fede Rangthino

    Also ProphotoRGB should be a must in output profiles

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    K.G. Wuensch

    Hm, I was given the answer that the Luminar Neptune (a 2017 version) plugin used Melissa RGB internally. So now it‘s messing up AdobeRGB? How is this possible?

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    Nemo Niemann

    All I know is that when I work with an image in Lightroom and them Photoshop, it looks good. When I send it to Luminar (and Aurora), it looks over saturated because of he way Luminar seem to handle color. sRGB compresses the colors, so it's not unusual to have things like over saturated skin, etc. When i bring it back into Photoshop, everything looks normal again, but Luminar makes it hard for me to render something (i.e. - Polarizing filter), because I'm not seeing an accurate rendition of the image in Luminar. I have the same issues with clients who want images in AdobeRGB, but use it in sRGB for web, but don't have quality monitors or calibrated systems. They then tell me the images are over saturated because they take the images from AdobeRGB to sRGB and expect them to look the same.

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