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I take photos in both RAW and JPEG.

Sometimes I might apply a color style on the JPEG in-camera, but when I import the photos in Lightroom, only the RAW is visible.

Can I somehow configure Lightroom, to use the JPEG for the preview and not the RAW version?

  • Are you using the most current version of Lightroom CC or some other version? If so, what particular version? – Michael C Jun 4 '17 at 12:50
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About the best you can do in LR is to check "Treat JPEG files next to raw files as separate photos" under 'Preferences--->General' and view each separately.

'Photo--->Stacking--->Auto-Stack by Capture Time' will auto arrange each JPEG/Raw set next to each other.

  • Thank you. That seams to do the trick. But unfortunately there's now way to tell Lightroom to use the JPEG version on top of the RAW when stacking :( So, I think I might give up. – nuc Jun 4 '17 at 14:18

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