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I normally view and edit my photos in lightroom but i today i tried bridge and camera raw to view and edit a couple pictures just to try it out. For some reason when I view the pictures in camera raw it doesnt look anything like the same picture when viewed in lightroom. I understand that adjustments made in lightroom are only viewable in lightroom unless you export it but the difference in pictures even before minor changes in lightroom is big. Theres alot of red and blue wash out in bright areas where there was none noticable before i imported them to lightroom. Can anyone help me out here?
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Perhaps Camera RAW is applying to settings you used on the prior image?

I'm not entirely sure what the problem is, sorry.

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