Please follow the below steps.
First turn off the GPU from the Lightroom Preferences
Click on Edit menu
Go to Preferences
Click on the Performance Tab
Uncheck the GPU
Then, Go to General Tab
Uncheck the Option " Show Add Photo Screen"
Restart the Lightroom
And for the Synchronizing Issue, please follow the below article
Let us know if it helps.
The Lightroom Preferences helped a bit, the Photo now shows up and is selected when I am done the edit (only when doing it in catalogs).
I think I found what the problem may be when editing in folders and it is really confusing me:
- Photos are getting moved to a new "folder" with the exact same location, but the copys are put just under my E: (drive) in the lightroom directory while the originals are in the correct E:/Mike/Pictures.
- In file explorer they are both in the same file location, but it shows up as two different locations in Lightoom..
Let me know if there is a solution or need more details,
You can update the folder Location in Lightroom catalog, if you have moved the Original images on your system. once you relocate the images with new location, your images are ready for edits.
I haven't moved the folder location in the catalog, Lightroom has made two iterations of the same Folder, creating a new one when i go Open in PS then saving. But in actual fact they are in the same folder in Finder..
So the Lightroom is saving the Photoshop edits in different folder.
No its saving them in the same folder (When I look in file exporer), but in Lightroom it shows up in a different folder.
Does that make sense?
No, In Lightroom you should see the edited image right next to the original one in the same folder.
Have you Upgraded to the latest version of Lightroom.
Yes it is the latest version of Lightroom, I realise that it should show up right next to the original file but it doesnt.
Here is an example of how it looks in Lightroom:
01/01/2015 - Folder 1 (Contains just edits)
08/01/2015 - Folder 2 (Contains just edits)
01/01/2015 - Folder 1 (Contains original files)
08/01/2015 - Folder 2 (Contains original files)
Now when I right click on the photos and go show >show in explorer< it shows the same folder in both instances.
i am having this same issue. did you ever get a resolution to the problem?
I came to know this problem while trying to find missing photos. It occurred to me that Photoshop changes the file suffix to a .psd which is not a file format not recognized as an image by Finder on a Mac. I can search for a .psd file and if I open it, it will display as an image. Lastly I have looked at a lot of tutorials regarding locating missing files and they all lead one to believe the restoration of a missing photo is peachy easy. It proably is peachy easy EXCEPT when PS changes the suffix of the image. Therefore I am concluding that the organization of Lightroom to link to the original photo/image files is unsuitable when the user uses the Edit In choice to do editing in Photoshop. I cannot help but see a situation where Lightroom's edit power (which is good but is not in the same realm as PS ) is trying to be a substitute for Photoshop as did Photoshop Elements in the past. I have search for a Library where Photoshop keeps its processed images but even if I found it I will not be able to link A PS image to LR. I am 99% sure this is the crux of the problem of experiences like your Father's and my own. What is most distressing is that I bought into Creative Cloud as platform for all my image processing. I am thinking it is really a marketing term.