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How do you save Photoshop edits back to Lightroom classic in jpeg-I can only do it in tiff?

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Oct 24, 2022 Oct 24, 2022

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How do you save photoshop edits back to Lightroom classic in jpeg-I can only do it in tiff?Saving 

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Oct 24, 2022 Oct 24, 2022

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Go to Preferences > External Editing > Additional External Editor and choose Photoshop as external editor one more time. Set JPEG for File Format.

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In Lightroom right click on image then choose Edit In > Edit in Photoshop.exe option which will be below default, second from the top. Do not make layers or flatten image before saving back.

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Thanks for the response.  I hesitate to mess with the Topas additional editors in the preferences but through your answer found that redoing the tiff file, I could edit it in the jpeg then just remove the oversized tiff file. It may be that I was flatening the layers before closing.  I didn't know that could effect how it is saved.

 

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