Exporting Pictures

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May 01, 2021 May 01, 2021

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I have read other posts with similar issues but I can not figure out my exporting issues in Lightroom. So my original pictures are JPEG images. I import the image into LR and edit them. After editing the pictures I began exporting the pictures as JPEG but it was not saving the edits. After reading on here, I then exported them as a DNG format. After exporting the edited pictures using a DNG formatting instead of JPEG I was able to save them correctly. Now I have realized that I can not send the DNG formatted pictures how I want to by email or onto Pixieset because of them being DNG formatting. So in all my question is how can I export pictures out of Lightroom in JPEG format and it save my edits?

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May 02, 2021 May 02, 2021

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EDIT: Sorry I did not notice you posted in the 'Lightroom' forum, so this edit to my answer- (but the question is similar to the Lr-Classic answer!)

Why can't you Export as JPEG from Lightroom?

What do you see in the Export dialog?

2021-05-03 15_15_37-Lightroom.jpg

DNG exports can only be rendered by other Adobe software! (Lr, LrC, Ps, Br )

 

Why can't you Export as JPEG from Lr-Classic?

Any Error messages?

Are you Exporting to the same Folder without a File Rename? (This might create a file conflict!) Check the Export Destination options.

The export dialog [File Settings] should be set like-

WobertC_0-1619940574968.png

You do not set it to 'Original'.

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.2, Photoshop 22.3, Lightroom 4.2, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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