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LR to CS3 back to LR...

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Harrzack

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When an LR images goes to PSCS3, it creates a .tiff file. Nice. When I come back to LR, the file is named xxx-Edit.tiff. This is ok, but I'd like to keep ALL editing info in the LR files.

Can =ALL= changes done in PS be applied to the .nef (or if need be, a .dng) files so I have ONE MASTER file? If so - how is this done?

=Alan R.
 
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There's a really easy answer to that and it's..... No. Sorry!

Lightroom stores metadata - which can be written in a text file. Photoshop pushes pixels around and therefore has to store specific pixel data in an image file (not a raw file).
 
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Harrzack

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Arrgh! :(

As I expected. Was hoping I was missing some cool, hidden feature.
Thks for clearing that up.




There's a really easy answer to that and it's..... No. Sorry!

Lightroom stores metadata - which can be written in a text file. Photoshop pushes pixels around and therefore has to store specific pixel data in an image file (not a raw file).
 
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