Choose Edit a Copy With Lightroom Adjustments Lightroom and Photoshop


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Choosing Edit a Copy With Lightroom Adjustments

Let's take a closer look at the Edit a Copy with Lightroom adjustments option for editing pixel-based images like PSDs, TIFFs, and JPEGs in Lightroom and Photoshop together. Here I have a PSD file open in my Develop module in Lightroom. You can assume that I have already made basic adjustments to this image. Now I am going to convert this image to black and white. I'll use the controls in the Lightroom Black & White panel, clicking here to make the conversion, and then I can fine-tune the conversion by dragging these sliders.

So let's say that that's all that I want to do the photo in Lightroom, at least for now. I'd like to add some text on top of this image and that's better done in Photoshop than Lightroom. So I'll pass the image over to Photoshop using the same Lightroom Edit In command that we used in the last chapter with raw files. I'll press the shortcut for that command, which is Cmd+E on the Mac or Ctrl+E on the PC. This time, instead of the ...

Choosing Edit a Copy With Lightroom Adjustments
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Choosing Edit a Copy With Lightroom Adjustments provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Using Lightroom and Photoshop Together

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