Hi PA Pokrywka,
You need to go to Lightroom Preferences > External Editing > click on Choose under Additional External Editor > Choose Photoshop CS6 Program and click on Ok
Then, choose any image > right click > choose Edit in Photoshop CS6
It creates a .TIFF file in the folder that I get the .NEF file. That is
not what I want.
I want a .PSD file where I want to put it.
On Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 2:23 PM, Chetna Srivastava <email@example.com>
you can change that setting through Lightroom Preferences > External Editing > change the file format to PSD under Additional External Editor.
This is NOT an acceptable solution, because if I used Photoshop CC, the
file would NOT be saved automatically in the same folder as the RAW version.
I want to have both apps, Lightroom6 and Lightroom CC available so that I
can go to CS6 from Lightroom6 or Photoshop CC from Lightroom CC.
On Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 3:20 PM, Chetna Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org>
"I want to have both apps, Lightroom6 and Lightroom CC available so that I
can go to CS6 from Lightroom6 or Photoshop CC from Lightroom CC."
Using the same Catalog?
Lightroom 6 and CC are the same version of Lightroom.
Lightroom CC is for the creative cloud subscribers and Lightroom 6 is the stand alone version
You can point to Photoshop CS6 and CC (both the versions) from the same catalog of Lightroom CC/6
you cannot have both 6 and CC version of Lightroom installed on the same machine.
Do you have them installed on separate machines?
The setting that I shared to change the file format was just to save the edited image in PSD format back in Lightroom.