Jump between Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop as you edit your photos.
What you learned: Use Photoshop with Lightroom
Send a photo from Lightroom Classic to Photoshop for edits that change the content of the image, such as removing objects, adding a border, applying a texture, or adding text.
- Select an image and choose Photo > Edit In > Edit in Adobe Photoshop 2018.
- In Photoshop, edit the photo and choose File > Save. A new version of the photo with your Photoshop edits appears in Lightroom Classic; the original remains untouched by Photoshop.
- The edited version appears with the original in a stack—click the number on the thumbnail to hide or show the stacked versions.
- If you want to make additional changes to the edited version using Photoshop, choose Photo > Edit In > Edit in Adobe Photoshop 2018 again. Select Edit Original and click Edit. Make your changes in Photoshop and choose File > Save. In Lightroom, the edited version of the photo displays all your changes.