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  1. 8. If you want to re-open the TIF file in Photoshop, once again you should click on the Photo menu, select Edit In, then Edit in Photoshop 2021. Alternatively, you can right-click on the photo and choose Edit In > Edit in Photoshop 2021 from the drop-down menu. This time, when you get the dialog box about how to open the file, you must select "Edit A Copy" or "Edit Original" in order to see your Photoshop layers. If you choose "Edit a Copy", Lightroom will create a copy of your TIFF file. If you choose "Edit Original", Lightroom will open the TIFF file created the first time you opened the file in Photoshop. With "Edit a Copy" you will have *two* TIFF files. With "Edit Original", you will have only *one* TIFF file. There is no other functional difference. If you choose "Edit a Copy with Lightroom Adjustments", you will lose your layers. 9. When you are done with the file in Photoshop, choose File > Save. Do not choose File > Save As.
  2. 1. In Lightroom Classic, choose Lightroom > Preferences (Mac) or Edit > Preferences (Windows) and then click on the External Editing tab. Set up the preferences in this tab as shown. 2. From Lightroom Classic, select the photograph you want to edit in Photoshop. You can do this from either the Library module or the Develop module. 3. Click on the Photo menu, select Edit In, then Edit in Photoshop 2021. Alternatively, you can right-click on the photo and choose Edit In > Edit in Photoshop 2021 from the drop-down menu. 4. The first time you do this, Lightroom will ask how you want to edit your photo in Photoshop. Choose Edit A Copy With Lightroom Classic Adjustments to open a copy of the photo with any Lightroom adjustments that you have already made. 5. Your photo will open in Photoshop. Depending on your computer's memory, this can take several seconds to happen. 6. Make the changes in Photoshop, then choose File > Save. Do not choose File > Save As. 7. Go back to Lightroom. A copy of your newly edited photo will appear in your Lightroom Library.
  3. Click HERE to watch the replay of our webinar from January 30, 2021!
  4. Registration for Lightroom Foundations is now open! https://community.focusyourart.com/store/category/3-lightroom-foundationsamy-johnson/
  5. January 4 Meet & Greet for Subscribers replay is now available to watch. If you aren't a Subscriber, you can become one by clicking "Subscribe to the Community" at the top of the page.
  6. The replay of the Q&A webinar from Friday, January 1 is posted in the forum. The answers to the questions we couldn't get to in the live session are in the same thread, so be sure to check that out as well. If you have other questions, please use the Community Forums to ask! Both Lisa and I, as well as our wonderful Moderators, are checking in on these topics.
  7. Do you want to know how to improve your photos? This workshop will give you the opportunity to have one of your images critiqued by a professional photographer. This workshop will have two levels of enrollment. Working spots: student may submit a photo for a critique Auditing spots: students can view the recorded critiques Dates TBD
  8. Webinar for subscribers! Amy will take questions about her experience with the new Canon mirrorless R5 and R6 bodies. Date TBD
  9. Class starts June 7, 2021 and ends July 11, 2021. Registration opens May 15, 2021.
  10. Class starts June 7, 2021 and ends July 11, 2021. Registration opens May 15, 2021.
  11. Class starts May 3, 2021 and ends June 6, 2021. Registration opens April 15, 2021.
  12. Class starts March 1, 2021 and ends April 4, 2021. Registration opens February 15, 2021.
  13. Class starts February 1, 2021 and ends March 7, 2021. Registration is open! Click HERE for more information!
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