Passing files to Photoshop and other applications


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Passing files to Photoshop and other applications

Lightroom isn't just a place to do your global sharpening in any of your noise reduction, it's also a container for your images. So I want to show you how to get images out of Lightroom, but more importantly, how to get them back in. And to do that, let's talk about throwing files over to Photoshop. So let's say we want to throw this image right here over to Photoshop. It's really easy. We just hit Cmd+E. And it's going to launch Photoshop and open that file over there. Now, anything I do in Photoshop, let's just do something ridiculous here, make a mark on that.

As soon as I hit Cmd+W and save that, if I come back to Lightroom, that file will be sitting right there. Now, Photoshop and Lightroom speak slightly different languages. Lightroom is entirely non-destructive, metadata based. It's all instructions that tell the original what they look like. This has already been pushed into pixels when it goes into Photoshop. So you'll notice that that file sits next to the...

Passing files to Photoshop and other applications
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Passing files to Photoshop and other applications provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Bryan O'Neil Hughes as part of the Noise Reduction and Sharpening in Lightroom and Photoshop

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