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Saving RAW+Edits, Importing to Photoshop

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Okay, so I have a bunch of photos that I've edited in Lightroom CC, and I need to resize a whole batch of them to a standard size. The way I've been trying to go about it is to to my editing in LR CC, and then saving the images as Original + Settings. But then I can't import those edited image files into Photoshop to resize them!! Is there some way to do this, or do I need to resort to resizing each on invidividually?? Please say no, as I have way to many to resize!! I can't imagine why there isn't a way to do this, since you can't resize images in LR CC!!! Help!!

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Saving RAW+Edits, Importing to Photoshop

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Okay, so I have a bunch of photos that I've edited in Lightroom CC, and I need to resize a whole batch of them to a standard size. The way I've been trying to go about it is to to my editing in LR CC, and then saving the images as Original + Settings. But then I can't import those edited image files into Photoshop to resize them!! Is there some way to do this, or do I need to resort to resizing each on invidividually?? Please say no, as I have way to many to resize!! I can't imagine why there isn't a way to do this, since you can't resize images in LR CC!!! Help!!

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What do you mean by “resize a whole batch of them to a standard size”? What is a standard size?

Have you tried to edit in Photoshop directly from Lightroom? This will send an edited image to Photoshop. I’m not sure why you are saving out the Original + Settings when you can go directly to Photoshop from Lr.

However, to answer your question, yes you can edit the original + setting in Photoshop. Double click on the original file that you saved and that should open Photoshop’s camera raw (assuming the original is a raw file). From there you can open it in Photoshop. I don’t know why you would use this workflow though.

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