Hi Gang – I’m back from a wildly fun week at the Photoshop World 2017 Conference in Orlando, so I should be back on my regular blogging schedule again. Such a great conference – met so many great people, including lots that read the blog (btw: I posted a ton of photos today over on my daily blog at http://scottkelby.com if you want to see what it was like). A big shoutout of thanks for everybody who came out! 🙂
Today, just a quick tip – but it’s a thing I get asked about a lot, and that question is…
Q. I shoot in RAW + JPEG mode on my camera. Is there a way that I can see both files, the RAW and the JPEG as separate files, rather than just the RAW file?
A. Absolutely! It’s actually a preference setting (see below):
Just go to Lightroom’s preferences, under General, and turn on the checkbox for ‘Treat JPEG files next to raw files as separate photos’ as seen above. Now, your JPEG file will appear right beside your RAW file, as its own separate thumbnail.
Hope that helps. 🙂
It’s great to be back, and I’m already working on “Part Two” of my “Everything Else in Lightroom” course. Can’t wait! 🙂