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How to get a photoshop editied image in the cloud to load into Lightroom

New Here ,
Oct 31, 2022 Oct 31, 2022

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Ok I have what seems like a unique issue from my searching for help. 

 

(At Home) I have been edditing images using photoshop and saving them in the creative cloud. 

(In the Office) I need to get those images to load into Lightroom while keeping them in the cloud. 

Q1. What is my best way to do this for my existing files?

Q2. How would you manange images moving forward to work within this setup? 

 

thanks 

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Oct 31, 2022 Oct 31, 2022

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Photoshop cloud documents are PSDC files. Lightroom (and Lightroom Classic) don't support that format but do support PSD files. So you can save your PSDC files locally as PSD files and add then them to Lightroom.

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Nov 08, 2022 Nov 08, 2022

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So my only solution currently is to download the PS Cloud files at my office PC. Then pull them into LR and sync them to the cloud? That will allow me to edit the cloud files from both locations?

*Requests*

1. Can we request a future feature that allows lightroom to import photoshop cloud files?

2. Also Allow LRCC to load Photoshop Cloud files

Thank you 

 

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