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Import Tags in Photoshop Elements from Lightroom

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Is it possible to import the tags in Photoshop Elements from Lightroom Classic.

The family picktures  ( ca. 35.000 over 70 years) are on the moment in my Lightroom Classic.

My son want to start with Photoshop Elements and like to import my famy pictures and the tags.

Is that possible?

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Import Tags in Photoshop Elements from Lightroom

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Is it possible to import the tags in Photoshop Elements from Lightroom Classic.

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My son want to start with Photoshop Elements and like to import my famy pictures and the tags.

Is that possible?

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Egbertus1  wrote

Is it possible to import the tags in Photoshop Elements from Lightroom Classic.

The family picktures  ( ca. 35.000 over 70 years) are on the moment in my Lightroom Classic.

My son want to start with Photoshop Elements and like to import my famy pictures and the tags.

Is that possible?

Lightroom can convert Organizer catalogs to its own format, but that does not work the other way round.
So, you'll have to use Lightroom to 'write metadata to files' before importing your files in an organizer catalog:

Metadata basics and actions in Lightroom Classic CC

Save metadata changes to a file manually

   

To manually save metadata changes to a photo in Lightroom Classic CC, do one of the following:

   

  • Select one or more photos in the Grid view of the Library module and choose Metadata > Save Metadata To File(s), or press Ctrl+S (Windows) or Command+S (Mac OS).
  • Click the Metadata File Needs To Be Updated icon in a thumbnail in the Grid view of the Library module, and then click Save.
  • If you’re working with a DNG file, choose Metadata > Update DNG Previews & Metadata to save metadata changes to the file and also generate a preview based on the current raw processing settings.

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