I have Lightroon Classic and Photoshop, which I use both to edit my photos. I use to be able to eidt images in Lightroom and then export them to Photoshop for a more detail edit.
I have'nt used Lightroom and Photoshop since the COVID-19 began. I took some photos recently and eidt them in Lightroom, but when I tried to export the images into Photoshop I got this message "Could not open----disk error."
Now I can open the images in photoshop but I can not export them into photoshop from lightroom. Can someone help and explain what has gone wrong. Thanks.
Can you post a screen-clip of the full error message?
How are you 'sending' the file to Photoshop?
-by the Export dialog and 'Post Precess' in Ps?, or
-by Edit-In [Ctrl+E]?
Have you checked in the Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop App that you are 'up to date' with both programs?
Attempted export in Lightroom by Edit-In
Everything "up to date"
Don't know if this matters, I'm usingMacOS Catalina 10.15.7
Also, this is a PS error and not a Lightroom CLassic error. Perhaps you should ask in the Photoshop forum.
Check this on your Mac.
Once you go through the settings pictured above open the CC desktop app and Update/Upgrade both LrC and Ps to get the newest version of both.
Then Open Ps all by itself and varify that it opens and you can open a photo file with it.
I went into the above and made sure all were checked off, and it worked. I was able to select my image and export it into PS, from lightroom cc, without any issues. Thanks.
You say Lr CC? There is no longer a Lr CC. There is Lr Classic (LrC) and a Lightroom that is the newer program and Cloud Centric (stores images in the Adobe Cloud server system).
Which Exact version of Lr are you using?
Since it quite a while since you last used LR Classic, could it be possible that image files have been moved at a system level, and might be missing?
Is the indicative "!" apparent to you in Grid View on any thumbnails?
No, my images all appear to be in order.
"Could not open----disk error."
We could use some more details on this.
Any Mac experts handy?