Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Handling mismatches with Render using Lightroom, part of Using Lightroom and Photoshop Together.
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In the last movie we looked at what happens when you make adjustments to a raw…file in Lightroom, and then you pass that file from Lightroom to Photoshop, and…your versions of Lightroom and Camera Raw are not aligned.…And we saw that that pops this dialog box, where you have a couple of options.…In the last movie we looked at the Open Anyway option.…In this movie, let's look at what would happen if you chose Render using Lightroom…instead of Open Anyway.…I think in many cases you are going to like this choice better.…When I click Render using Lightroom, what will happen is Lightroom, rather than…Camera Raw, will take the responsibility for rendering the raw file into a…pixel-based image that we can see and work on in Photoshop. And that's better…assurance that what I'll get in Photoshop is going to match what I have in Lightroom.…
So let's walk through it and you'll see what I mean.…I'm going to cancel out of here, and I'll start my workflow as I did in the…last movie by making some adjustments to this photo here in Lightroom's Develop module.…
In this course, photographer and author Jan Kabili shows how to combine both programs. The course begins with details on how to set up the two programs for maximum compatibility. The course then covers strategies for working with photos in a variety of formats, sending them from Lightroom to Photoshop to viewing the edited results in Lightroom. The final chapter demonstrates several real-world scenarios for using Lightroom and Photoshop together.
- Setting the Lightroom preferences for editing in Photoshop
- Passing photos from Lightroom to Photoshop
- Handling software version mismatches
- Viewing and organizing Photoshop-edited photos in Lightroom
- Creating Lightroom presets for external editing
- Using Lightroom with Photoshop Elements
- Building a panorama with Lightroom and Photoshop
- Passing multiple photos to Photoshop for compositing
- Sending photos to Photoshop for retouching and removing content
- Bringing photos into Photoshop to add text and graphics