ICC profiles incorporated in export?

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    Anastasia Davis

    Hi! Both apps are color-managed. Thus, photos will be displayed according to ICC adjustments of your monitor. Whenever you export you can choose the color space.

    Best regards,

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    Guy Yann van Rijn

    That doesn't entirely answer my question. I read this on OM4.com:

    'In Photoshop you can choose to include or exclude the ICC color profile metadata when you choose Save As to save an image for the web. Note this only affects whether the file is ‘tagged’ with the color profile – the colors embedded in the image remain the same.'

    I don't see an option to include ICC color profile metadata while exporting in Aurora HDR or Luminar 3. Does the software do this automatically or do we have to do it manually afterward? I know I can choose a color space before export.

     

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    Helena Carter

    Hi Guy,

    Our software simply adjusts to the color profile chosen on your OS. You don't have to choose it.

    Let me know if I can be of further assistance.

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    Andreas Schoen

    Hi Helena,

    I have the same problem but didn't find a solution yet. It isn't so simple. I work with two print shops that use different ICC profiles (Indigo_ProfiSilk170 &  ISO Coated v2 (ECI)) for my prints. In Photoshop I can simply switch between the different profiles for soft proofing in order to get the respective results. Is there now a new function in Luminar 4.2? Or could you recommend a shortcut without constantly having to change the settings of my OS (Win10 btw)?

    Thank you in advance,
    Andreas

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    Victoria Grace

    Hi Andreas,

    Currently, there is no possibility to switch between the custom ICC profiles within Luminar 4.

    However, I've forwarded your suggestion to our devs so that they consider adding such a functionality in the future. Thanks for your ideas on how to make Luminar 4 better!

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    Gary Bushell

    Is this being addressed in the new update to Luminar 4 alongside the stability issues being constantly reported? To me this software is nowhere near professional grade yet, until the bugs are resolved for constant crashing (see the Mac Forum multiple threads on this subject) and the ability to ICC profile for soft proofing. Professional Photographers sale prints, the ability to soft proof is not new and needs to be available.

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