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What working space was set in Camera Raw? A smaller working space (say than ProPhoto RGB) will result in more clipping...
Thanks for your reply..
I tried all them all, and no matter what, it's impossible e.g. to have them to show the same degree of shadow / highlight Clipping, which basically means that, pictures made in LR comes out a bit to bright and from PS a bit to dark..
ACR will show clipping relative to the chosen color space, while (correct me if I'm wrong) Lr will always show clipping relative to ProProtoRGB.
You might want to convert a raw to DNG so that ACR settings will be embedded, then develope in either (choosing PpRGB as a pref in ACR), and then inspect in the other. It may even be useful to first make a copy of the DNG, name one Lr, the other ACR, and do the same thing going both directions. [Edit: The final test would be to open both in Ps ... and report back.]
What's your OS platform, and with what method have you calibrated your display? Are you using dual monitors? (none of these ?s will affect the degree of clipping, but might affect the brightness)
It's a fetch, but is there any chance the clipping level can be set as a preference? (ie, '252') Or is clipping simply defined to be off the histogram. (ie, '255')
>What working space was set in Camera Raw? A smaller working space (say than ProPhoto RGB) will result in more clipping...
I assume that the ACR working space was sRGB or aRGB and there was saturation clipping. Lightroom histograms and display are for the ProPhotoRGB space as Jeff implies. Clipping would take place when you export the result in sRGB or aRGB and you would have no warning of this.