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Photoshop Ipad Liquify tool not working when opening from Lightroom

New Here ,
Oct 01, 2023 Oct 01, 2023

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Hello, maybe this topic has been approached before maybe i am doing something wrong, looking for answers, maybe it's still under work, maybe it's not working for my iPad 9.

Many of uss i think praised the moment when Adobe included the liquify tool on ipad but it has a flaw, and this one creates a very difficult WorkFlow.

 

If i open a photograph in Photoshop on iPad, simply from the iPad, the Liquify tool works, but if i need things done in Lightroom for iPad and need a quick Liquify from Photoshop and return in iPad the Liquify tool is disabled, it can't be used at all. This forces me to do two things, either i open from Lightroom CC the photo in Photoshop on the Desktop, when i get home if i have the time to do it, or i have to export the photo onto the iPad and open it in Photoshop for iPad, Liquify and then import the photo back to Lightroom. Doing this is literaly a torture, i understand that the Liquify tool is disabled for certain situations i read about that, but why disable for this situation where photographers need it the most, especially portrait, fashion and wedding? 

 

iPad 9

iPadOS 17

 

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Oct 24, 2023 Oct 24, 2023

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How can this not have an answer. This is the most basic feature we've been waiting for. Roundtrip lightroom/PS  iPad liquify is the only way to make this a real portrait editing tool. I suspect it doesn't work because the CC copy is scaled so far down it can't do it without losing resolution. But why not say that instead of making it nearly impossible to find/troubleshoot?

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Nov 14, 2023 Nov 14, 2023

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Has anybody found a fix for this? Thanks 

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Nov 29, 2023 Nov 29, 2023

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I literally have the same issue - so basic feature but still doesnt work 😞 I may have to accept that PS and Lightroom for iPad aren't for professional work (even weddings) but only just for YouTubers who edit they f*cking thumbnails and do nothing more than that 😕

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Apr 06, 2024 Apr 06, 2024

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Same issue here.  It seems that the quick iPad Lightroom to iPad Photoshop transfer sends the file over in 16 bit color regardless of whether its in 8 bit or 16 bit color to start with.   Since liquify is 'disabled' in 16 bit color mode (according to Adboe docs), it doesnt work unless you open an 8 bit file to iPad Photoshop manually.  Why?  The transfer shouldn't trigger a color mode change that the user doesn't know about.  And they need to get liquify working in 16 bit RGB anyway.

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