Hi! I just upgraded to Lightroom Classic 10 (for Mac OS) and suddently Lightroom adjustments aren't applyed when sending a file to Photoshop using "edit in Photoshop". Specifically, the profile I've applied in Lightroom is removed and replaced with the regular Adobe color profile. Has anyone else seen this? Is there a solution? I'm on Mac OS 10.15.7.
The BW image is BW because it has a BW camera profile applied, not because it's converted to BW. In this image's case, that's the profile missing in PS. My problem isn't with one image, or one profile. I assumed that the difference would be clearer, that is all.
So the image I posted before I resent it to Ps as a Smart Object. then Double clicked on the layer in Ps and that opened ACR and all the setting are the same as in LrC.
Then I made a Virtual Copy of that image, Converted the VC to a B&W image then again opened in Ps as a Smart object and it opened as a B&W image.
They are all the same and show all the same edits.
I'm not trying to say YOU (and Others) Don't have a problem but it has to be Machine specific. Sometghing on your system, the install of either LrC and Ps are the cause and not a wide spread bug.
It works fine on my system.
What settings in PS, perhaps relating to workspace, could be overriding LrC edits?
And I'm sure it's machine specific, since clearly not everyone's been affected. It does seem to be a bug, though, according to Adobe support.
So, after looking at this, Adobe's engineering team concluded that this is an intermittent issue affecting Mac users. They're working on a patch to be pushed out with a future update. Until then they simply suggested rolling back to the previous version.
The previous version of what? Lightroom Classic? Photoshop? ACR? All three? As you have upgraded your catalog you cannot simply go back to Lightroom Classic 9, because that means you would also have to go back to your pre-upgrade catalog (and lose what you have done since the upgrade). I would rather use the workaround with smart objects that I suggested and you confirmed can be used (by switching to another profile and back in ACR)...
The suggestion was to roll back LrC to version 9. It would be feasible in my case--I still have the v.9 catalog and haven't done any critical work since upgrading (I had been warned about this particular issue, but hoped it wasn't a bug but something fixable on the user end). I will take another route, and simply not use roundtripping to PS as part of my workflow.
Im having this same issue, but on Windows
Im having the same issue on mac now. It just started and it's ruining my workflow. Has there been any update adressing this issue or is it still a work in progress?
As far as I know, the issue persists. The most popular workaround seems to be to save the metadata with the file (cmc+s on a Mac, so ctrl+s on windows?). It works as long as you don't want to treat different versions in PS.
Same issue here on Windows. I've been troubleshooting it for hours today. I also have the Canon R5 and using a custom profile from Color Fidelity as Adobe has not updated theirs for the R5 yet. Well, at least I can take a break from troubleshooting it as others seem to have the same issue and Adobe is aware.
Ok, I changed the Profile in LR to the stock Adobe Standard from my sync'd CF Standard and it works as it did before. Hope they get this fixed or update the Canon R5 color profile.
Disregard using default profile. I was wrong.
Hi there ,
same issue for me using Big Sur .
"creative profiles with lookup tables in them are not applied correctly when using the Edit in Photoshop command"
really hope they come with a fix soon !