If Photoshop is installed, it should automatically be available under the Photo menu > Edit In or in the right-click menu. But what about other external editors? How can you automatically send photos from Lightroom to On1, Topaz, Luminar, Nik … Click to continue
Which color space should I use?
Color management is a huge topic in its own right, but Lightroom handles most of it for you. It’s only when you come to export photos that you need to pick the right color space for your purpose. So, here's a quick introduction to the subject. If … Click to continue
Why do my photos look different in Photoshop?
Sometimes you open a photo in Photoshop from Lightroom and the colors are different - often dull. So, why do your photos look different in Photoshop? A mismatch in colors is usually due to one of two reasons. Either it's a corrupted or incompatible … Click to continue
What’s the difference between Render Using Lightroom and Open Anyway in the ACR mismatch dialog?
If you’re working with a mismatched ACR version (i.e. ACR 5.7 in CS4 with Lightroom 4.0), you should see the ACR Mismatch dialog, which allows you to choose how to handle the file. There’s a diagram of the options and their results at the end of this … Click to continue
Lightroom can’t find Photoshop to use Edit in Photoshop—how do I fix it?
When Lightroom starts up, it checks to see whether Photoshop or Photoshop Elements are installed, and if it can’t find them, then the Edit in Photoshop menu command is disabled. If you install a new version of Photoshop, and then uninstall an … Click to continue
What happens if I’m still using an older version of ACR and Photoshop?
Yesterday David asked the question... "If I am using CS4 (PS4) and I upgrade to LR3, if I choose “EDIT WITH PS” will I get a warning message regarding ACR versions (6 vs 5)? I assume that PS4 does not support ACR 6 and will thus not maintain ACR mods … Click to continue