Editing images in photoshop for Indesign

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Jan 25, 2022 Jan 25, 2022

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In older versions if i wanted to edit an image from my InDesignb document in photoshop I could simply select edit with > Photoshop. After the edit I would save as a jpeg & the file would automatically adjust. With the new update in photoshop you now have to 'save as a copy' to save a jpeg file which removes the link from Indesign & means having to reaplce the image in the Indesign doc. Is there any way around this please?

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Jan 25, 2022 Jan 25, 2022

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Place the picture as a PSD. This should also get better quality, since each time you edit a JPEG it is damaged more and more - avoid getting into the situation of editing JPEGs. 

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Jan 25, 2022 Jan 25, 2022

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The new versions of Photoshop force a Save As when changing to a flattened format like JPEG so you don’t inadvertently lose a file’s layers. As @Test Screen Name  suggests there’s no reason why you can’t place PSDs.

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Only save as JPEG when you're sure you'll never edit the image again, and even then there are much better format choices.

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