Issue with mask overlay after editing in Photoshop and saved.

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Jun 20, 2021 Jun 20, 2021

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After editing an old photo after exporting it to Photoshops.  It return to Lighroom with a red mask around the subject.  What I did is adjusted the highlight and shadows, then imported it to Photoshop.   I duplicated the layer, did a select subject then did a select and mask on new layer. I then added a solid colour white layer underneath the masked layer.  The I saved the finished edits in photoshop. 

 

When it returned to Lightroom classic I got the red background surround the main subjects of the image.  How do I remove the red background, which I assume is the mask overlay.  Pressing O does not hide the mask.  Not sure how to removed the red background which spoils the overal image.

 

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 The background here should be white.

 

Any advise would be appreciated.

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More than likely you have the clipping indicators active (clipped highlights are shown in red, clipped shadows are shown in blue, when the clipping indicators are active). Press J to turn them off.

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