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    Difference in PS after ACR processing

    I hope this is a dumb question, but here goes. I took a number of people shots at the weekend and just started to work on them. I used ACR to get WB and a bit of vignetting and then opened them in PS CS4. The image that I see in PS is significantly redder than what I was seeing in ACR. Given that I am looking at skin tones, the difference is really obvious.

    I am using a calibrated Eizo CG2222W. Any one have any idea, how this can happen?

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    Re: Difference in PS after ACR processing

    Adobe RGB or SRGB or ProPhoto or which colorspace ???
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    Re: Difference in PS after ACR processing

    Sounds like your color space is off in PS
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    Re: Difference in PS after ACR processing

    I'm using ProPhoto in PS. In ACR it shows Sony DSLR-A900. Funnily enough, this looks like the same problem I had with Phocus a while back. Under CS4, it always opens the image on the primary monitor (an iMac) where it doesn't look too bad. When I drag it to the Eizo monitor it goes red.

    I just opened it with CS3. It looks great so the issue is in CS4. I also posted in the Adobe forums and the suggestion over there is that it may be an OpenGL issue. I'll report back once I sort it out.

    Thanks for your help.
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