Edits not transferring to Photoshop

New Here ,
Feb 12, 2021 Feb 12, 2021

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Hello,

 

My profiles added to a RAW image in Lightroom Classic seem to no longer be transferring to Photoshop when using the 'Edit In Photoshop' option.

 

I shoot in RAW and used to be able to work on an image in Lightroom, add a profile, tweak it around etc then transfer to PS to remove blemishes etc, but the profile part of this process no longer seems to work so the flattened image that opens in PS is different to that originally 'sent' from LrC.

 

Any advice on how to restore this would be appreciated! Unless this is a new 'feature' of an update (I recently updated both versions, PS to v22.2 and LrC to v10.1.1).

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Feb 12, 2021 Feb 12, 2021

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It's a known and reported bug, but I honestly thought it was fixed by now.

 

Anyway, it only affects custom and third-party profiles. The native Adobe profiles do behave correctly in the transfer.

 

IIRC it also behaves correctly with DNG files, so there are a few workarounds until they fix it.

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Thanks, I use a custom-made profile and my raw files are NEF rather than DNG so will experiement some more with possible workarounds... it used to work up until the most recent update!

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