I have installed Luminar 3 3.0.1 and when I bring an image from the library to be edited, it displays as I would expect and then after several seconds, the image and all the "looks" have a very dark green tint. Whenever I click the before and after "eyeball" the image shows correctly in the before mode, but reverts to the dark green in the "after" mode. If I export the image it has the correct colors. It is maddening and makes the software almost impossible to use. I am running Windows 10 Home (x64) Version 1809 (build 17763.195), on a Dell XPS 8700 with 16GB RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti [Display adapter]
I can successfully run Light-room, Photo-Shop and a number of photo editing programs.
My original Library had over 60,000 images. Thinking that might be too large I am now running a much smaller Library (2,207 images) Most of my images are RAW (Canon 6D CR2 and Fujitsu HS50EXR RAF) I think that once I get this problem solved I'm really going to like Luminar 6, but in the mean time, it's maddening.
Has anyone in this group experienced this problem? and if you did, how did you solve it?
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