Hi all, I'm hoping someone can help me with this because I've been searching and reading for over an hour and can't seem to get a handle on it. I am having some strange problems going from LR to sRGB JPGs for the web. In the past, I've never noticed a problem, but I'm now using a different monitor and a different camera (both around the same time) so one of those two things might be causing a new complication that I don't understand. In any case, the problem is that after tweaking a photo in LR to look just how I want it and exporting to an sRGB JPG from within LR, the exported JPG looks very different (and worse) then the LR equivalent. I've noticed this in several shots now. The JPG files seem to take on a reddish tint and appear darker. I know LR uses ProPhoto RGB as it's working space, and that this has a much wider gamut then sRGB. My understanding, though, was that when exporting to JPG, LR performs a perceptual color space conversion to try and maintain the image as much as possible. When I send the file straight to Photoshop for editing and perform the color space conversion there, the result is exactly what I would expect. My only conclusion so far is that there is a problem with the way LR converts from ProPhoto to sRGB color space (though I'm hoping I just don't understand something). I really don't want to hear "well just always convert in Photoshop" - that defeats the purpose of attempting to use a good all around converter/editor like LR. I've included a screen capture to show the difference. The image on the left is the converted JPG from LR, and the right is the LR develop module. Thanks for any help anyone can provide.