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my lightroom and photoshop are both fully up tyo date, the same issue is happening on all 3 of my devices, all devices more than capable of running heavy software.

i want to photostack 3 images, In lightroom CC, i select 3 images and i try to right click them and select 'edit in photoshop' so i can focus stack and merge them into an image

edit in photoshop is greyed out, i ahev tried all fixes on the ingternet but i cant seem to get it to work

 

Please help if you can

 

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If you use Lightroom (desktop), not Lightroom Classic, then the reason is simple. Lightroom only supports sending one image at a time to Photoshop. What should be possible is select an image, send it to Photoshop, go back to Lightroom, select the next image, etcetera.

 

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Edit in Photoshop greyout Lightroom

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Sep 22, 2020

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my lightroom and photoshop are both fully up tyo date, the same issue is happening on all 3 of my devices, all devices more than capable of running heavy software.

i want to photostack 3 images, In lightroom CC, i select 3 images and i try to right click them and select 'edit in photoshop' so i can focus stack and merge them into an image

edit in photoshop is greyed out, i ahev tried all fixes on the ingternet but i cant seem to get it to work

 

Please help if you can

 

{Thread title edited by the moderator}

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Correct answer by JohanElzenga | Adobe Community Professional

If you use Lightroom (desktop), not Lightroom Classic, then the reason is simple. Lightroom only supports sending one image at a time to Photoshop. What should be possible is select an image, send it to Photoshop, go back to Lightroom, select the next image, etcetera.

 

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If you use Lightroom (desktop), not Lightroom Classic, then the reason is simple. Lightroom only supports sending one image at a time to Photoshop. What should be possible is select an image, send it to Photoshop, go back to Lightroom, select the next image, etcetera.

 

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