I updated both LR Classic & PS a few days ago to the latest versions. Adobe Camera Raw automatically updated as well. In LR Classic, when I choose "Edit in> Photoshop," a window pops up saying that "This version of Lightroom may require the Photoshop Camera Raw plug-in version 13.3 for full compaitibilty", then asks what I want to do (Render using LR or Open anyway). I checked and ACR 13.3 is installed and works when I open a raw file directly into PS. What's up with this and which option should I choose?
I'm on an iMac 2017, running Mojave (10.14.6). PS is version 22.4.2, and LR Classic is 10.3 (LR's opening pane shows ACR as 13.3).
I was having issues with my colors (Canon eos R5) when I rendered images from Lr to Ps. With this update I also recieved the warning pop up and decided Render using Lr and to my surprise colors stayed accurate. Unfortunatly after a few days the warning pop up went away and my color issues returned.
I had chosen both and niether one seemed different from the original. I just did an experiment and chose to Edit in PS as a Smart Object and the dialog box did not appear, but if I chosse to edit in PS, I get the box. Weird & a pain the butt.
Well I'm happy it worked for you. I'm still trying to figure it out. I actually prefered the pop up because it was allowing me to use the camera profile colors. I'm yrying to get the pop up back now. (palms sweaty)