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    Replicating keywords - master image to jpg derived from Export functionality

    I often have to produce a jpg from a raw file (CR2) and I want to know how I replicate the keywords that are already assigned to the raw file to the jpg file as the jpg is produced from the Export funtionality. I do this so that the jpg will appear in a Collection set together with the raw file.
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    Library module DNG+JPEG

    Lightroom shows files names like "P1030088-2.DNG+JPEG" in the corner of a preview thumbnail but in the computer's file system that file is actually "P1030088-2.DNG". There are also cases where Lightroom reports a file of "P1040011.dng" and in the computer's files system it shows the same name...
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    JPG to DNG

    I'm new to photography, new to LR and new to this forum so here goes with a very basic question. My camera only shoots JPG images and I wonder whether it matters whether I choose to Copy As DNG or just Copy. I now know that DNG is designed for RAW files but in my case, with JPG, what would the...
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    Import issues with RAW+JPGs and failure to generate smart previews

    Ive been using LR happily for a couple of years or so and am suddenly experiencing import issues. I've set my camera to take RAW+JPG and want to view them both in LR. Last week they uploaded fine, just as expected. Yesterday I got a mix of some RAW+JPG uploading but other files on the same...
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    Cannot synchronizing jpg from source file

    Good evening to all ! First of all thanks in advance for your help. I am a happy newcomer and no doubt the forum will be extremely helpful thanks to you guys. Quick presentation : my name is Nicolas, I am a 31 year's old french photographer. Regarding my little bug : Until recent times, I...
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    sudden change in vibrance in previews of raws taken on canon 77d

    I've just upgraded from a Canon 450d to 77d and from Lr5 to Lr-CC. I shoot raw and import raw (.cr2) images which Lr converts to DNG. I'm used to my raw previews in Lr seeming duller than the corresponding jpegs (on the rare occasions I shoot in jpeg) *until* I edit the image (though I still...
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    Workflow LR tiff pictures converted to jpg including improvements

    I have scanned many thousand slides into tiff format, 45-50Mb each. The slides are from 1980 to 2007. What is a good workflow to convert them to jpg at 5Mb each, second I need an automatic improvement in color and sharpness? I can not analyze each photo individually. I realise that a fair...
  8. Adrian Mustapha

    strange issue

    I have a problem if I click on a jpg image - even though windows photo viewer is set to the default program type then Lightroom is starting up. Then I have to waste time closing it down. Is this a Lightroom issue?
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    Colours Change/Darnken when exporting to JPG

    Hello, I am new to this forum and I have a question about exporting photos from LR to JPG files. When I export photos with saturated colours/high dynamic range (i.e. photos of sunsets, etc) to JPG files, the exported photos look darker and some colours are lost. However, the photos without...
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