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Open Lightroom photos in Photoshop on the iPad

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Jun 16, 2020

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Edit Lightroom mobile photos in Photoshop on the iPad

 

Have you ever wished you could bring photos from Lightroom mobile into Photoshop on the iPad for additional editing and then save them back to Lightroom? Well, now you can. You have the option to save them as cloud documents instead if you prefer. Here's how:

 

 

❶ Select a photo to edit

  • Open Lightroom mobile
  • Select the photo you wish to use
  • Edit the photo if you like

    A 1 Landscape in LR.jpg



  • Tap the export icon in the top-right corner
  • Select Edit in Photoshop

    A 2 Edit in Photoshop.jpg

     

      

  • Your photo will open in Photoshop on the iPad so you can make edits

 

❷ Edit in Photoshop on the iPad

  • Make any edits to the photo using Photoshop on the iPad
  • I imported another photo and masked out the background



 Choose where to save it

You have two options after you edit a photo from Lightroom. You can save it back to Lightroom, or you can save it as a cloud document from Photoshop:

  • To save the file back to Lightroom mobile after editing in Photoshop on the iPad, simply choose Send to Lightroom in the upper-left corner of the Lightroom to Photoshop workspace

    A send back to LR.jpg



  • To save your file as a Photoshop cloud document,  tap the icon with the three dots and select Create Photoshop cloud document

    A save as cloud doc.jpg

     


Note: After saving your Lightroom photo as a Photoshop cloud document, you no longer have the option to save it back to the Lightroom workspace

This is also posted on the Lightroom for mobile forum

 

Related links: 

Easily edit your Lightroom photos in Photoshop

 

 

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Open Lightroom photos in Photoshop on the iPad

Adobe Employee ,
Jun 16, 2020

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Edit Lightroom mobile photos in Photoshop on the iPad

 

Have you ever wished you could bring photos from Lightroom mobile into Photoshop on the iPad for additional editing and then save them back to Lightroom? Well, now you can. You have the option to save them as cloud documents instead if you prefer. Here's how:

 

 

❶ Select a photo to edit

  • Open Lightroom mobile
  • Select the photo you wish to use
  • Edit the photo if you like

    A 1 Landscape in LR.jpg



  • Tap the export icon in the top-right corner
  • Select Edit in Photoshop

    A 2 Edit in Photoshop.jpg

     

      

  • Your photo will open in Photoshop on the iPad so you can make edits

 

❷ Edit in Photoshop on the iPad

  • Make any edits to the photo using Photoshop on the iPad
  • I imported another photo and masked out the background



 Choose where to save it

You have two options after you edit a photo from Lightroom. You can save it back to Lightroom, or you can save it as a cloud document from Photoshop:

  • To save the file back to Lightroom mobile after editing in Photoshop on the iPad, simply choose Send to Lightroom in the upper-left corner of the Lightroom to Photoshop workspace

    A send back to LR.jpg



  • To save your file as a Photoshop cloud document,  tap the icon with the three dots and select Create Photoshop cloud document

    A save as cloud doc.jpg

     


Note: After saving your Lightroom photo as a Photoshop cloud document, you no longer have the option to save it back to the Lightroom workspace

This is also posted on the Lightroom for mobile forum

 

Related links: 

Easily edit your Lightroom photos in Photoshop

 

 

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Jul 18, 2020

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Why cut the icon for edit to photoshop fix. Now the Lightroom for photoshop don't have any functions for liquify. Why cut direct link from Lightroom to photoshop fix? It make the Photograher inconvenient on the work flow . Or you company make a work hard on photoshop on mobile version, this photoshop now are very very very very simple and not use for professional photographer 

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