When you say areas missing are these:
a. Blocks missing (which would point to a GPU issue)
b. Areas of genuine transparency
c. Areas of highlight that have become blown out (that may be your colour settings)
d. Something else
A couple of full screen screenshots before (Lightroom) and after (Photoshop) would help. Also if it is "c" can you post your Edit in Photoshop settings from Lightroom and your Color Settings from Photoshop.
Thank you very much for your response.
I will send you screenshots when I get home this evening. The only way I can describe it for now is if you used a gradient filter or something in LR and then went over some of the areas with an erase tool to remove unwanted areas from the gradient filter. It looks like there are just areas in the clouds that have been totally erased when hitting "edit in photoshop" in LR to PS.
In LR iff I bring down the highlights and or exposure, I don't see that but rather see all the clouds information present, so its only when the image is opened in PS do I see it.
Now I do have the blue luminance and saturation levels lowered in LR and the clouds have a bluish tint. (overcast clouds) I have not seen this issue thus far as usually all works fine when moving from LR to PS and back.
What do you mean by "areas of highlights have become blown out"? as in blown out while being exported from LR to PS due to color, or?
I also did not understand this bit. "Also if it is "c" can you post your Edit in Photoshop settings from Lightroom and your Color Settings from Photoshop."
Thank you for your reply!
What I meant by option c was - is the effect you are seeing similar to when overdo a saturation or exposure adjustment and the colors or white detail is lost? If so, there may be something in the color settings - hence the request for you to post the settings.
The screenshots should help us see the issue.