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Turn the JPEG display on or off for a selection of images

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Jul 06, 2024 Jul 06, 2024

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Hello,

when using LR I have typically globaly switched off that JPEGs are shown while there is a respective RAW available. This is good, since I do not want to see the JPEGs always while I mainly work with the RAW. This would simply blow up the browsing and navigation in the database.

 

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In ceartain situations I would really lilke to see and use the JPEG which is rendered by the camera. This is especially the case when I deviated from the standard color settings. E.g. I want to see the Black&White image.  Or in case of the Fuji film simulations I would like to see this very good images for further usage inside Lightroom.

 

Therefore my idea would be that there is a "switch" per image where I can set wether the respective JPEG  is becoming presented for the selected RAW(s) ... (but maybe not only 1 JPEG but even multiple JPEGs !!! ... Fuji provides the filmsimulation bracketing, leading to 3 different JPEG images per RAW).

 

This would be a great feature in my opinion.

 

Best regards

Joachim Schott

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Jul 07, 2024 Jul 07, 2024

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@Joachim38463292pyxd this is the Photoshop forum, try the Lightroom Classic forum instead

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@Joachim38463292pyxd 

I've moved your post from Photoshop to the LR forum

Jane

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