Join Ben Long for an in-depth discussion in this video Add Photoshop to a Lightroom workflow, part of Introduction to Photography: Lightroom Classic CC and Photoshop.
- You can open an image in Photoshop…just like you would open a document…in most other applications.…You go to the File menu,…you choose Open,…you navigate to your file,…and Photoshop will open it and show it to you.…But if you built a workflow in Lightroom…then you're not usually dealing with actual image files.…Lightroom is handling all of that…opening and closing for you.…Adobe knows this so they have built a…roundtripping process into Lightroom…and by that I mean a way to…take an image on a roundtrip from Lightroom into Photoshop…and back into Lightroom.…As an example, let's say…this image that I was working on earlier.…
If I want to take it into Photoshop,…maybe there's something I want to do here…that I can't do easily in Lightroom…like I mentioned earlier,…removing all of those telephone poles.…I would like to do that in Photoshop.…I can do that using the Open in External Editor command.…So this roundtripping thing…is not something that's specific to Photoshop.…I could actually say I want to open this in whatever,…
Where to begin learning tools like these? Right here. In this course, photographer, author, and educator Ben Long introduces the concepts and creative options behind photographic post-processing. From fixing problems to retouching, Ben shows how to do it, without overdoing it, with Lightroom Classic CC, Photoshop, and the Adobe mobile apps.
- Importing and organizing images in Lightroom
- Rating images in Lightroom
- Adjusting images in Lightroom
- Retouching in Photoshop
- Making pixel-level edits in Photoshop
- Syncing and editing images in Lightroom mobile