P: Horizontal flip, opens upside down after "Edit In Photoshop"

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Participant ,
Mar 16, 2019 Mar 16, 2019

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In Lightroom CC Classic v8.2 I have an image that I flipped horizontally.
Then I 'open in Photoshop'  (version 20.0.3) and it is upside down.
If I rorate 180 degrees, then it shows correctly.

It is not clear if the fault is with LR or PS.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 17, 2021 Feb 17, 2021

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It's safer to shoot raw + JPEG. That way if you have some image files with clipped shadows or highlights you can use the raw file with Nikon Capture NX-D to recover them. Then export the raw files to JPEG and rotate using any other photo editor that has that capability. Make sure to use a high JPEG Quality setting like 100% in the Capture export settings since you'll be resaving the file after the flip (i.e. compression artifacts) When you resave it the 2nd time you can use a lower quality setting like 80% and over-write the current file. Send those files to your friend. Once completed you can delete the raw files.

What photo editing software are you using now?

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