Now since I started using Photoshop CC, metadata disappears, when I transfer the images to JPG and I can´t find it out why? Before I worked in an older version of Photoshop and I always did the same procedure and everything was working great. I have also upgraded my system to Mac OS Catalina if that can be the problem? My workflow is: I transfer my images with Nikons Transfer 2, where I have different presets for metadata - XMP/ IPTC for different jobs / images. I open the NEF file in Photoshop Camera RAW, make some changes and then save as JPG. But then the metadata is not there?! I can see (in Nikon View NX-i) that metadata is being transfered to the RAW files. But what happens to the metadata when I transfer them to JPG? I have also tried to convert the files to TIFF, psd and png and there is even then no metadata information. The only thing you can see on the XMP/IPTC is the camerainformation. I have reading a lot on Forums on the Internet, but I can´t figure out how to solve this. Is it a bug, the settings, do I need a plug-in, is it a combination with the program and my operating system or what is wrong? Please can someone help me with this issue?
I thought that´s the same? If you open a RAW file in Photoshop it starts ACR? I have Camera Raw 13.2
I can´t see that option that you wrote about:" Export or Save For Web, where metadata will be stripped"
When I save the RAW file to become a JPG it´s just the window "options for saving" there you choose where to save the picture, name, format, kvalité and other settings and there I select Metadata: All. But still the metadata is gone at the JPG file... 😞