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In Photoshop, if you are using the "Save As" command, then you won't see the image returned to Lightroom. You need to use the Save command. Are you using the Save command?
Make sure you have "treat jpeg files next to RAW files as separate photos" checked in Lightroom's general preferences. Otherwise Lightroom will treat the jpeg as a sidecar file to your original. Save as is supposed to work in Photoshop to get files into Lightroom but this is one caveat and it is flaky.
I did not have that check box checked. I do now. Thanks
I was using the Save As command in order to reduce the image size. In LR, the images are about 2 MB. Once loaded into PS for editing the size is 65 MB. Then with Save command it returns to LR but the size is 65 MB as a TIFF file. What is the best way to have a smaller edited image size Saved?
If you are sure that you are never going back on the Photoshop edits and
won't do any further deep edits in Lightroom than saving as a jpeg is a
method indeed. You can also stay in tiff and lower the bit depth to 8 bits
(convert to a smaller colorspace such as adobeRGB or sRGB first) and make
sure you use compression on the save.
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