I am following these instructions but the new version of the photo with Photoshop edits does not appear (in stack) in Lightroom Classic. It is saved to the hard disk however and there I can see all the other photos in the folder - including the one just edited in Photoshop. How can I get it to show in Lightroom?
I use Big Sur v. 11.2.
Any help greatly appreciated.
Send a photo from Lightroom Classic (I have v. 10.11) to Photoshop (I have Photoshop 22.3) for edits that change the content of the image, such as removing objects, adding a border, applying a texture, or adding text.
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Have you power cycled your computer? There is a Photoshop update that was released today... update - shutdown - reopen and try again. Let us know if you can repeat the problem.
Excellent, I followed your instructions and it now works as it should. The edited file is saved (stacked) in Lighroom and is visible with the photoshop edits.
Thank you so much for your help!
Great! And thanks for updating your post.
Yea I'm having this issue with the latest versions of Photoshop and Lightroom (Cloud Based one). I have done everything but I can't get it to work.
Having the same issue with the new photoshop "save" changes in ver. 22.4.1. When sending a jpg file from lightroom to photoshop using the lightroom "edit in" feature, how would you now save changes made to the jpg file back into lightroom. It used to require simply chosing "save" in photoshop for the updated file to show up back in Lightroom. Now, using the new "save a copy" feature in photoshop does not cross back over to lightroom and required re-importing the updated file into lightroom. Besides being an additional step it results in (3) versions of the file back in lightroom. Am I missing something here?