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John Steadman.

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I have updated to the latest version of LR and PS. I do my main edits in LR but on some of the nef raw files I need to go into PS for some cloning etc. When the first lot of image adjustments are completed in LR, I go to edit open in PS 2019, when the work is done in PS I go to file and save. But the file is not being returned to LR, this has only happened since I have upgraded to the latest version's of LR and PS. I would be most grateful if anyone could help. The image appears to be returning to PS instead.
John.
 

LouieSherwin

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Hi John and welcome to the forum.

A common cause for this is an active filter that is excluding the new derivative file. It also could be your sort order selected in the Tool bar. That is the first place to look

Also try selecting "All Photographs" source in the left panel and in the Grid mode use a text search with a string that will match the filename of the derivative. That could help you locate where Lightroom ended up placing it.

-louie
 
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