When i work in lightroom and make my pictures straight in the side its fine, but when i transfer to photoshop the edges get round again.
I have talked to adobe many times and they have taken over my computer to fix it.
But the cant fix it.
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Which version of Lightroom?
Which verion of Photoshop?
Which operating system?
What type of image file are you editing?
I use windows 10
Its raw pictures
Lightroom is 12.2.1
I know that there is a new version of lightroom, but i dont like to use it.
And normaly i dont have this problim with not straight edges when i transfer from lightroom. so what can the problem be ?
I dont get it, why 2 adobe programs dont work together. that is strange ??
Did you save as RAW, JPG or PSD file from Photoshop?
When i am in lightroom i press right buttom and edit in photoshop. when it then oppens in photoshop the picture is round in the edge
I guess I'm not understanding the roundtrip workflow well enough.
1) You're in Lightroom or Lightroon Classic (two different apps)?
2) You edit image in Photoshop first & then Lightroom or the other way around?
I work in lightroom classic. and in the order i wrote
Can you post a screenshot? I'm not understanding how the edges can possibly be round.
I'm assuming you are referring to the white stair railing(?)On the right side of the image. How are you correcting it in Lightroom? And then, more importantly, how are you opening your image in Photoshop? If you are opening in PS with a right click in LR choosing to open the original unedited version, it will revert. You want to edit with LR adjustments.
As you can see in the lightroom picture i press enable profile correction, wich make my camera lense straight in the sides of the pictures, like you write ex the stair railing. then i right clik on the right mouse "edit in photo shop"
Then it opens up in phothoshop like allways. But now the picture is not straight anymore.
And i have been using the method for a long time, but now photoshop wont let me transfer the lense correction from lightroom ?
Ok, now that we know what you are talking about... make sure you are making the right choice for editing in Photohsop. You must choose the top choice to keep the adjustments. Is that the one you are choosing?
I dosent show me that page you attached
unless the is a setting somewhere the tells ps to remain the changes from lightroom.
But again i have had allmost every indian adobe support team taking over my computer, and they dont know what to do ???
how do i see that ?? sorry i am not that good at computer 🙂
The choice I posted as a screenshot should open after you choose your screenshot. Try opening as Smart Object in Photoshop... I agree with Bob - maybe your Adobe Camera Raw - which your image needs to pass through as a RAW file is older and doesn't have the camera Profile to keep the settings. You are using PS 2022 - can you update? You should be able to update ACR as well.
That dialog should not show up as the OP is using compatible versions of LrC and Photoshop. Maybe their ACR is out of date.
That is so f... great. I updated the ACR and now it works 🙂 🙂 Is there something i can grade you guys.
I am so happy now.
The funny part is that , as i wrote is i have had all india adobe in my computer, and nobody nobody could fix it.
And we are talking 10 hour support on the internet.
But then you came around, and wupti it works ......You are the king 🙂
Sorry your experience with support was so bad - not the first time I've heard this. We actually use the software I don't think they do. Just Mark the answers that helped you the most correct - you can mark as many as you like. Glad to help and that you fixed it!
Thanks for taking your time to help me 🙂
This looks like a BUG to me. If the ACR and LrC versions are not compatible the dialog allowing you to pick "Edit a Copy with Lightroom Adjustments" as @melissapiccone posted should have shown up or at least an warning.