How to open dng pics from Lightroom Classic over to Camera Raw In Photoshop?

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Mar 13, 2021 Mar 13, 2021

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When I take a pic  (dng)  in Ligtroom Classic and open it in Photoshop it do not open in Camera Raw, although it is a raw file. 
Earlier I could see the dng-files in Ligthroom now I can only see the cataloglogo and the pic is inn the Icloud ?
I want to open the dng file in Ligthroom in the new Photoshop, but it will not open in Camera Raw - just in the edit function ?? 
When I connect the memorycard to Photoshop it opens in the new Camera Raw modul like it should. Why not from LC  dng ?? 

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 13, 2021 Mar 13, 2021

If you have truly opened the image as a smart object, double-click on the Smart object icon in the layer thumbnail in Photoshop, and it will open in Camera Raw. Then right-click on the image and in the feature will be available. Or, you can export the image as original and then open that exported DNG file directly in Photoshop for the time being. Or, you can wait until the next update of Lightroom is released.

 

You DON'T want to try to edit images on the memory card. That is not a good practice

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 13, 2021 Mar 13, 2021

If you want to try the new feature right now, here is what I did. From Lightroom Classic, export the DNG file or other raw file as original and then open that exported file in camera raw. It works for me that way. Yes, I know, we all want everything right now. Eventually LrC is going to be updated and the feature will be there and we can use it that way. Like cropping, the enhanced feature isn't going to be available in the Camera Raw filter in Photoshop. When you have a smart object you have to

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Mar 13, 2021 Mar 13, 2021

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I have Lightroom Classic 10.1.1  with  Camera Raw 13.1.  and. Photoshop 22.3.0. 
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Use "Edit in ..." > "Open as Smart Object in PS". The image first opens in the main body of PS as the base layer, but if you double-click on the Smart Object icon on the layer thumbnail it will open in ACR.

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Yes - it is working!  - But the new function "Super resolution"  Enhance  is not there ??  

 

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Super Resolution isn't available within Camera Raw when opened as a filter, which is what you've done by double clicking on the Smart Object.

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So I have to connect to camera/memorycard ?  - can not come in to Photoshop Camera Raw from  Lightroom Classic dng? 
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If you have truly opened the image as a smart object, double-click on the Smart object icon in the layer thumbnail in Photoshop, and it will open in Camera Raw. Then right-click on the image and in the feature will be available. Or, you can export the image as original and then open that exported DNG file directly in Photoshop for the time being. Or, you can wait until the next update of Lightroom is released.

 

You DON'T want to try to edit images on the memory card. That is not a good practice!

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Well - I was a bit too fast  and marked as correct answer.  
I opened the image as a smart object, double-click on the Smart object icon in the layer thumbnail in Photoshop and it opened in Camera Raw. That's fine. Then I tried to right-click the image , but the feature - enhance (super resolution) did NOT show up.
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If you want to try the new feature right now, here is what I did. From Lightroom Classic, export the DNG file or other raw file as original and then open that exported file in camera raw. It works for me that way. Yes, I know, we all want everything right now. Eventually LrC is going to be updated and the feature will be there and we can use it that way. Like cropping, the enhanced feature isn't going to be available in the Camera Raw filter in Photoshop. When you have a smart object you have to double-click on the image in the layer tray in order to open the object, I believe. Apparently my computer is too old to allow me to open images as smart objects anymore.

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Yes - Export dng as original to the hard drive and then open the exported file in camera raw !  That works ! 
Thanks to you ! 

 

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Enhance is accesed through the filmstrip. If you have brought just a single image into ACR, open the filmstrip with the button in the lower left corner and right-click on the thumbnail.

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