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Open multiple photos in Lightroom in Photoshop as layers

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I have some some photos with bracketed exposures (one correctly exposed, one over, one under). I want to be able to select two or three of the images, open them as layers in PS, do some exposure blending, then come back to Lightroom. I know Lightroom Classic allows for you to do this. Is it also possible in Lightroom?

 

Any help/tips are greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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Open multiple photos in Lightroom in Photoshop as layers

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I have some some photos with bracketed exposures (one correctly exposed, one over, one under). I want to be able to select two or three of the images, open them as layers in PS, do some exposure blending, then come back to Lightroom. I know Lightroom Classic allows for you to do this. Is it also possible in Lightroom?

 

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Only manually by opening each image in Photoshop separately and then load them as layers by drag & drop. You can also use the 'load images into stack' script and use the currently opened images, but it still means that you first need to open each image in Photoshop separately.

-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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Lightroom-Desktop (v3.3) has a "Merge to HDR'" function.

You do not need Photoshop to blend bracketed exposures.

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0.1, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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