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Is there a way for this to work post MacOS High Sierra?


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In May 2019, Adobe published a free Lightroom plugin for Mac to help people migrate from Aperture and iPhoto libraries. It does exactly what you want. Migrate from Aperture to Lightroom Classic on macOS. Here is what it includes: METADATA Flags Star Ratings Keywords GPS Data Faces: Face naming tags are mapped to keywords Rejects: Files designated as ...


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It's not perfect - I couldn't look at both as I was tweaking the one on the left - but in Photoshop (I don't use LR but I assume the editors are similar) I first of all reduced Contrast & Dehaze to get the rough 'shape' of the changes [& which I think are the key elements of the structure], then basically just twiddled with the tone curve after that. ...


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It looks to me like the input black point was lowered. This has the effect of making the darkest parts of the image lighter. There are a few ways to achieve this. You can either use the curves tool and simply move the point in the lower left directly upwards, or you could use the levels tool and raise the output black point, or lower the input black point ...


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This is literally the kind of thing LR was made for. If you just select all images in the film strip at the bottom and then crop, using the crop and straighten tool (intuitive shortcut R), the currently displayed one, this will be applied to all of them. If you need to move the crop after drawing it, you'll have to select them individually or in groups, as ...


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Assuming you have both LR and Photoshop installed. Right click the image thumbnail in Develop mode, then choose 'Edit in Photoshop'. Photoshop will load with the image. When you quick Photoshop and return to Lightroom, you will see your edited Photoshop image, usually with a .psd. You can then edit this image in Lightroom as usual.


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The closest approach I know of to do what you are asking is to edit the photo in LR then open it as a smart object in PS. Once in PS you can add layers and masks to alter the photo, but you can't change the original. But if you decide that there is something else you want to do in LR, you can go back and do more edits in LR and not lose the layer mods that ...


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