Johanfoto

Lives in Netherlands Netherlands
Works as a Editor / Photographer
Has a website at www.johanfoto.com
Joined on Feb 7, 2005

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  • iCloud syncing is probably doing this. That may remove the originals and replace them by small thumbnails locally. Lightroom is then using those thumbnails as sidecar files for previews. It’s not ...
  • Check your camera settings. If you use 'Embedded & sidecar' and shoot raw+jepg, then Lightroom will use the jpeg images as previews. It sounds as if you use a very small setting for the jpegs in ...
  • Use ‘Embedded & sidecar’ for previews. Lightroom will then use the camera-embedded previews, so if your camera was set to B&W then it will show the B&W preview rather than render its own (color) ...
  • Most likely this is saved in your camera default. The camera defaults were changed recently. You now define the defaults in a preset, and then select that preset in the preferences.
  • No, you don’t have to use such a cumbersome work around. Use ‘Export as’.
  • OK, but that is risky. If you forget to undo that, or if you hit ‘Save’ by mistake and do not notice it before you quit Photoshop, then your TIFF will now also be 8 bits and so you have lost your ...
  • Yes, you can do that too, but this whole discussion is about people wanting to save (layered) work as a JPEG copy (to place it on the web, for example), not a TIFF. Save as TIFF is not a problem ...
  • That article simply describes what we have discussed here too. It explains why Adobe had to do this, and that you have to use ‘Save a copy’ now. Or ‘Export as’.
  • ‘Save for the web’ is legacy, but still available. ‘Export as’ is the newer version.
  • It’s not a bug and it won’t be fixed. Let me explain: Many years ago, the ‘Save as’ dialog would only show options like TIFF and PSD when you added layers to your image, or used 16 bits/color. The ...
  • Yes, I'm on the Mac platform. MacOS Big Sur to be precise, but this has been possible with previous MacOS versions too. No, I'm not using Bridge for this, that is exactly my point. It's simply the ...
  • It may depend on the platform. I don't know about Windows, but on the Mac you can open a TIFF or JPEG in Camera Raw directly from Photoshop. What you need to do is use the 'Open' menu of Photoshop ...
  • It does not work in Filter - Camera Raw. You need to use Camera Raw to open the image.
  • Check the TIFF compression. 16 bits does not compress well. If you choose LZW, it may even increase the file size. ZIP should work better.
  • Yes, and that is what he wanted. He said he wanted to delete everything that is not in the collection. If not, then the only difference is that he should not go to the 'All Photographs' collection ...
  • Deleting all images that are not in a certain collection is easy. There is no need for flagging, or creating special smart collections or anything like that. This is all you need to do: 1: Choose ...
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