I just ran a new edit to Topaz after shutting down LR because it appeared to be updating or something (twitchy).
Now when I bring the Topaz edited photo back into LR at first no edits show, but when I advance to the next image while in Dev mode, the Topaz adjustments are showing up...
I use Topaz photoFXlab (PFL) and not Fusion Express (FE). FE is limited to one plug-in at a time whereas PFL allows access to all of the Topaz plugins and layer masking adjustments. FE does work (just checked), but limits my workflow too much, thus the reason for purchasing PFL.
The test failed when going from Dev to Topaz and back to LR. Again, the images show adjustments in the Gallery module, but not in the Dev module. This was not the case prior to the upgrade. Any suggestions?
1) RAW file goes into develop module,
2) I select "Auto" and make small adjustments,
3) I right click and select "Edit in photoFXlab.exe", selecting "Edit copy with Lightroom Adjustments"
4) Image opens in photoEXlab, I select the Topaz filter I want, edit and then choose "OK"
5) Image is...
LR CC 2015 Not Updating Edits in Develop Module
I updated from LR 2014 CC to LR 2015 CC yesterday; before the update, everything worked well.
Problem: After I send my TIFs over to Topaz or PS 2015 CC for editing, the images return back to LR without the edits showing up in the Develop...
I agree, the interface is not user friendly and it operates at clunky most times. But, what else is out there that comes close to its abilities? It would be absolutely wonderful if Adobe did purchase and support it for LR and PS.
Seriously, I read Martin Evening's book and Scott Kelby's. I sold Scott Kelby's via Amazon as it was too basic for my needs. Martin's book is excellent and I have read it from cover to cover (big book), but I will not part with it, as it is my LR Encyclopedia. I have been using LR since...
I click the "X" (close) on the image's top right corner; it will ask you if you want to save it, click yes and it will travel back into LR. Remember to flatten the layers before saving if you want to save space; not if you want to keep your layers active.