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PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2007 5:46 pm 
Hi ,

When you're done with processing a photo in Lightroom , how can you replace the original file on you harddisk with the one you processed ?

With other words : how can you save (to the harddisk) you're photos which you processed in Lightroom ?

THX

Bart


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The whole premise behind Lightroom is that it preserves your original RAW file. Think of this as your digital negative. Lightroom allows you to edit the file non-destructively. Once you are happy with the edits go to the File menu and chose the Export... option or go to the Library module and click on the Export button at the bottom left hand corner. This will bring up the Export dialog where you can export your processed image to JPEG, PSD, TIFF or DNG format. You can also resize the image. After the export you can also perform another action. For example it is possible to upload the new file to Flickr.

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