is there a possibility, to open multiple layers from Lightroom as layered smart objects in Photoshop?
Actually, you can choose one image from Lightroom, right klick, and open as a smart object. Or you can choose more files in Lightroom, right klick, and open them as layers in Photoshop, but not as a smart object. Its also not possible, to open each single file as a smart object, and stack them all, this converts every file to a pixel based layer and not a smart object anymore.
If you work with Adobe Bridge, this works fine, but not with Lightroom.
I would need this for my manual blendings for dynamic range, often I has to change something, and want to have a non distructive workflow with the RAW files.
Regards from Austria
I can select several files in Lightroom and they all open as smart objects in Photoshop. They don't open as a stack, however - I have to manually shift-drag them over. This keeps the smart objects and does not rasterize.
I suppose it should be possible to combine the two menu items into a third. Post a feature request here: https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family
I’d love to be able to do this too, but currently the only option is to open them individually as smart objects and then move each image into a single file.