So, I am completely new to Photoshop CC 2018, or any version of Photoshop for that matter. I have been editing photos exclusively in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC all year. Before that, I had a small amount of photos that I had edited in Lightroom CC. I switched to Lightroom Classic because I liked the interface better, and it seemed to have more options.
I wanted to take the plunge into Photoshop so that I could get some better edits done. I was trying to learn some things through some online tutorials. However, I ran into an issue when trying to grab photos from Lightroom. It is only looking at photos that I edited in Lightroom CC, and I cannot locate any of the many other photos that I have been editing in Lightroom Classic CC. Is this normal? Was all of that editing wasted? Is there a way for Photoshop CC 2018 to work directly with Lightroom Classic CC?
Sorry for asking what seems like an easily answerable question.
Okay, so at least I think that I found a way to work around it. If I am in Lightroom, I can click on a photo and tell it to edit in Photoshop, and then I get moved directly to editing in Photoshop. At least I can now try and learn basics, while knowing that I can access my Lightroom photos.
I don't know what the deal is with the home screen of Photoshop that will only look for the Lightroom that I don't use, but it seems that I can accomplish some things at least.