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  1. #1
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    Problem exporting in Lightroom.

    My apologies if this is a ridiculous question, but I'm really struggling with it.

    I'm finally getting the hang of some of the basic operations of Lightroom after only recently having downloaded the program for the first time. My problem is this, though: when I'm done with my work and export the processed RAW file onto my hard drive as a TIFF file, it does not export the changes I made. I open a picture that looks exactly like the out-of-camera picture I imported into Lightroom in the first place.

    I've gone to the Adobe site, and done Google searches, but none of the answers I've found have either applied to me (I'm already clicking off the boxes they suggest in the export dialog box) or they don't work (things like "it's exported as a jpeg, so re-import and then re-export it again").

    This is getting very frustrating. Has anyone here had this problem before who can maybe shed some light on a fix for me? Thanks very much!


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    Re: Problem exporting in Lightroom.


    Why are you using TIFF? My settings (output JPEG).

    Problem exporting in Lightroom.-lr1.jpg
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    Problem exporting in Lightroom.-lr3.jpg


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    Re: Problem exporting in Lightroom.

    Quote Originally Posted by nikonpup View Post

    Why are you using TIFF?
    Hi Nikonpup - that's what my client requested. (Thanks for the screenshots!)

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    Re: Problem exporting in Lightroom.

    Problem exporting in Lightroom.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerspouse View Post
    Hi Nikonpup - that's what my client requested. (Thanks for the screenshots!)
    Sounds odd, something's definitely not right. I just tried it and it works perfectly. Follow the link to flickr to see the full size so texts are readable. Left: unedited NEF in Lightroom, Right: exported TIFF in Photoshop with white balance, fill light, crop and one sensor dust bunny removed.




    export by foppa2011, on Flickr
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    Re: Problem exporting in Lightroom.

    That is odd. Thanks very much for posting your example. I'm sure it's down to user error on my part. I'll just have to keep plugging away til I find out what I'm doing wrong.

    Thanks again!

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    Re: Problem exporting in Lightroom.

    Do exact what Nikonpup posted… Just change the file type box to Tiff
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    Re: Problem exporting in Lightroom.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerspouse View Post
    That is odd. Thanks very much for posting your example. I'm sure it's down to user error on my part. I'll just have to keep plugging away til I find out what I'm doing wrong.

    Thanks again!
    Just a thought, you do have Photoshop? How about exporting as PSD? If it works then you can save the files as TIFF from PS. The workaround might tide you over until the actual problem is fixed. PSD and TIFF are lossless formats so you don't risk losing any image quality.

    I'd reinstall LR at your earliest convenience.
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    56 Nikkor prime lenses from AIS 8/2.8 to AFS 400/2.8VR
    4 Nikkor zoom lenses: 14-24/2.8, 17-35/2.8, 28-70/2.8, 70-200/2.8VR
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    Re: Problem exporting in Lightroom.

    I found out recently that our subscription to LR includes Photoshop. I haven't had a chance to look at it yet as I'm still trying to come to grips with the various functions of Lightroom. However I should probably open it up and see if I can implement your suggestion, as that sounds quite reasonable.

    Thank you very much for taking the time to give me your thoughts. I'm very appreciative.

  9. #9
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    Re: Problem exporting in Lightroom.

    Problem exporting in Lightroom.
    Some more thoughts....

    Try a jpg export.
    Try opening the tiff file in photoshop
    Check the folder where you exported the tiff to. Are there any .xmp files in the folder? I don't use them and don't know a lot about them, but just wondering if their presence could mess you up.

    Check catalog settings under Edit menu. Here's mine.

    Problem exporting in Lightroom.-untitled-1.jpg
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    I must have a really good camera.

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    Re: Problem exporting in Lightroom.

    Quote Originally Posted by nickt View Post
    Some more thoughts....

    Try a jpg export.
    Try opening the tiff file in photoshop
    Check the folder where you exported the tiff to. Are there any .xmp files in the folder? I don't use them and don't know a lot about them, but just wondering if their presence could mess you up.
    Thank you very much, I'll be giving that a look when I get home from work today. Much appreciated!





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