Hello everyone, welcome to today’s post.
Today, we’ll talk about Lightroom and Photoshop. As you are probably aware, adobe provides a great and easy way to edit images with Lightroom and Photoshop. When working in Lightroom, you can jump into Photoshop to make some additional edits and then come back to Lightroom. Lightroom does a lot but sometimes you will just need to use Photoshop so why not jump into Photoshop straight from Lightroom instead of spending precious time starting Photoshop, opening a file and so on…
You can do additional editing to your photos using Photoshop or Photoshop Elements from within Lightroom. You need to have either Photoshop or Photoshop Elements installed on your computer for this feature to be available.
How do you do it? I have created a video showing different ways of editing images from Lightroom in Photoshop using raw and jpegs. It’s in last week’s episode of Photoshop Lightroom TV:
Basically what you do is this:
In the Library module or Develop module, select the photos you want to edit, and choose Photo > Edit In Adobe Photoshop or Edit in Adobe Photoshop Elements.
Watch the Photoshop Lightroom TV episode to find out more. And remember, have fun! 😉