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Export A Raw File in a .PSD Format from Bridge?

Engaged ,
Sep 08, 2021 Sep 08, 2021

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G'Day. I would like to export files currently in the .NEF format as .PSD files. I don't see the .PSD format listed as one of the options. There is TIFF, GIF, JPEG, etc. as options, but no .PSD. I must be overlooking something as surely Bridge will support a key Adobe file format. I'm using the Custom Export panel in Bridge. Can someone clue me in please?

 

Thanks in advance.

Apple Studio (M1 Max), 1 TB SSD, 32 GB RAM, Monterey 12.6; Wacom Cintiq 24 Pro
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Community Expert , Sep 08, 2021 Sep 08, 2021

Nope you would need to open in Photoshop to save a PSD file. However, you can save from camera RAW as a Photoshop file.

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Nope you would need to open in Photoshop to save a PSD file. However, you can save from camera RAW as a Photoshop file.

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That's surprising as I can export from a raw file to a PSD format in Lightroom. 

 

Ok, thank you for this. Appreciate your time.

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