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Switched to LRC from LR6 how to use LR6's processing for editing?

New Here ,
Jul 12, 2021 Jul 12, 2021

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I just switched from LR6 to LR Classic and my edits do not look the same. Do I need to change the processing version in LRC? If so, which processing version would I need to choose to obtain the same editing results as in LR6? Currently in LRC Version 5 is selected.

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 12, 2021 Jul 12, 2021
Lightroom 6 used Process Version 3 (PV3). You can change the PV a single image back to an earlier version from within the Develop module Calibration Panel or multiple slected images from the lightning badge in Develop module Historgram. Below screenshot might help. Note that by choosing PV3 you lose access to some of the more recent feature additions (e.g. Color Grading). Therefore, unless you have a specific need to edit all new and future images in PV3, then I would recommend that you don't ...

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Jul 12, 2021 Jul 12, 2021

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I think you might have to go back further, but I cannot tell you for sure. As you change process versions the editing controls will change. Seems to me if version 5 is selected then that would be the version  they were edited in using Lightroom 6, but I can't remember. Switching to the current version will give you the best tools, but that means you will probably have to make adjustmentts to the images. Whether or not you choose to do that would be your choice.

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Jul 12, 2021 Jul 12, 2021

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New images or old previously edited images?

 

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Jul 13, 2021 Jul 13, 2021

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New images. I notice the difference the most in the shadows. Specifically when I use the tone curve.

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Lightroom 6 used Process Version 3 (PV3). You can change the PV a single image back to an earlier version from within the Develop module Calibration Panel or multiple slected images from the lightning badge in Develop module Historgram. Below screenshot might help.

 

Note that by choosing PV3 you lose access to some of the more recent feature additions (e.g. Color Grading). Therefore, unless you have a specific need to edit all new and future images in PV3, then I would recommend that you don't go back to PV3

 

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Just tried this out. Thank you!

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