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A histogram displays the frequency at which values fall into an arbitrary set of ranges. Arbitrary in the sense that two histograms of the same data can divide a range possible values into a different quantity of ranges. For example, one histogram might divide the possible values of the blue channel into 10 ranges and another might divide the same possible ...


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Is this normal? Yes, this is to be expected. Why does it happen? The JPEG preview image produced by the camera (when saving raw data) is one among a near countless possible interpretations of the raw data. The in-camera histogram is based upon the JPEG preview. The image displayed on your screen when LR opens a raw file is one among a near countless ...


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There are many reasons why they may be different. Many cameras will show luminance histogram clipping if any one of the color channels is clipped. Many cameras will show a color channel as clipped at a level of around 245-250 (i.e. early). Some camera's histograms just lie pretty badly (my D800 did)... The camera's histogram is based on the camera processed ...


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They're both "correct" for a given value of "correct". The one in the camera knows the formula of the conversion between the RAW file & the presented image. Lightroom has only guesswork, a reverse-engineered interpretation of what Nikon intended for those settings on that RAW file. So, both are 'correct' but each is measuring ...


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Open the Lightroom Preferences: Edit menu > Preferences... Click on the "Presets" tab In the "Location" panel, click the button "Show Lightroom Presets Folder..." On PC, File Explorer opens. Navigate into the "Lightroom" folder In here you will see many folders, all relating to presets that you, as an end-user, ...


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You can use Lightroom for mobile. When you open image for editing on upper left corner you see text "Edit". Touch it and you will see in pulldown menu "Rate & Review" which is what you search for. After rating go to All images and touching filter icon you will see the option to select only images with rate 5 (for example). Also ...


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To solve this, in lightroom 10.4, in the presets in Developer mode, in the defaults section, I used "Camera Setup". This made the photo identical to the library.


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