Lightroom in 60-Seconds: Getting your Photoshop layers back
A little late getting this one up today, but ya know, better late than never, right? Right? Hello? Anybody out there? 😉
So here’s what this video is about: If you take an image over to Photoshop; add some layers, and come back to Lightroom Classic, it actually keeps those Photoshop layers intact, but it’s all behind-the-scenes (NOTE: (Lightroom cloud doesn’t keep your layers intact at all – this only works in Classic). If you take that image back over to Photoshop for more editing, but don’t reopen that file using the right method, all your layers will be gone. Here’s how to get them back!
Hope you find that helpful.
The Reality of Switching to Capture One
That’s our topic on our podcast ‘The Grid’ tomorrow with my very special in-studio guest, the one and only Matt Kloskowski – you don’t want to miss this one – we’ve got some really eye-opening info to share. 4 PM ET tomorrow, and we stream to my Facebook page, and my Twitter account as well. See you then.
Here’s to a kick-butt, little later than usual Tuesday!
Always helpful, always appreciated. Merry Christmas, and thanks for all you do for the LR/PS community.
This was incredibly helpful. Thanks so much.
Nice!! Merry Christmas to the crew at KelbyOne and to you Scott and your family!
Great – thanks!
Excellent and very timely. I have needed to do that and never knew how. THANKS, Scott!!
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