Editing in Photoshop

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darjon

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Hi Guys,

I started this topic in the troubleshooting forum, but this on is probably more appropriate.

Here's the gist of it:

I know that you can select an image in LR and edit it in Photoshop.

But, what i'd like to know is, can you perform LR adjustments w/preset or whatever, select to edit it in photoshop with the adjustments on one layer and without on another layer if the same PS document.

Thanks

Darjon

You can catch up here: http://www.lightroomqueen.com/community/showthread.php?t=161

It's not long at all, any feedback or suggestion welcome.

Thanks in advance

Darjon
 
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I could definitely see a use for it in creating HDR images. Or alternatively, a simple 'Open in Photoshop' without making an intermediate file could work for me.
 
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monkeyman2279

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i think so type of feature like that would go along with the problem i was having of TIFFs, created from RAWs, that were behaving very differently with presets from RAW to TIFF.

http://www.lightroomqueen.com/community/showthread.php?t=215

the obvious benefit, i see, is to take care of things that are obviously going to be edited out from the orignal raw, like zits, and being able to decide at a later day which "look" (via preset) youd like to achive...or better yet create multiple files, without having do do multiple sessions of editing the same file in the same location, several times over.

plus, i image that being able to edit out things like blemishes from a file with all the color info in it would be better than doing the same thing on a black and white file, right?
 
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