Image access from Lightroom 3.0 and Photoshop 2020

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I have PS 2020 (v21.0.1) installed on my PC and iPad (v1.0.2), as well as LR (v3.0) on my PC, and iPad and iPhone (v5.0.0 CD9771).

If I edit and sync an image using any of these apps on any device, shouldn't that image be available to me on any device using any of these apps? If so, how is that enabled?
 
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Right now  Lightroom and Photoshop on the  iPad aren't fully integrated. If you tap the  Share icon and then copy to Photoshop, you can open the copy and edit it  however it won't save back to Lightroom  just yet. To  get that edited image back into  Lightroom you will have  to Share and then choose Publish  and Export > select Lightroom > launch Lightroom  and the edited image will be synced. It's not  the most elegant  experience but it's early days yet and Ps on the iPad was just publicly released.

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Image access from Lightroom 3.0 and Photoshop 2020

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I have PS 2020 (v21.0.1) installed on my PC and iPad (v1.0.2), as well as LR (v3.0) on my PC, and iPad and iPhone (v5.0.0 CD9771).

If I edit and sync an image using any of these apps on any device, shouldn't that image be available to me on any device using any of these apps? If so, how is that enabled?
 
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Right now  Lightroom and Photoshop on the  iPad aren't fully integrated. If you tap the  Share icon and then copy to Photoshop, you can open the copy and edit it  however it won't save back to Lightroom  just yet. To  get that edited image back into  Lightroom you will have  to Share and then choose Publish  and Export > select Lightroom > launch Lightroom  and the edited image will be synced. It's not  the most elegant  experience but it's early days yet and Ps on the iPad was just publicly released.

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Hi there,

Welcome to the Adobe Community!

 

Photoshop and Lightroom are different apps, if you import an image into Lightroom, that image will get synced direclty to other devices using Lightroom (signed in with the same Adobe ID). However, that image will not be availabe in Photoshop until you send it from Lightroom to Photoshop.

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Sahil

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Right now  Lightroom and Photoshop on the  iPad aren't fully integrated. If you tap the  Share icon and then copy to Photoshop, you can open the copy and edit it  however it won't save back to Lightroom  just yet. To  get that edited image back into  Lightroom you will have  to Share and then choose Publish  and Export > select Lightroom > launch Lightroom  and the edited image will be synced. It's not  the most elegant  experience but it's early days yet and Ps on the iPad was just publicly released.

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Thank you! This does exactly what I was looking for, albeit on an image by image basis.

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