All I have is photoshop lightroom. Will this work with that?
asked by Rachael Layne on July 17, 2013
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Adobe's website, under "Lightroom Supported File Formats", says it can open the type of images contained in this set. It is comprised of 22.4 Gigabytes of Data in this package (4 DVD's). 1,268 TIF Images. 411 PSD Images (Photoshop Files). 2 Brush Files (Umm - they look the same to me - so, really just 1 photoshop specific brush set - don't think this will work with Lightroom, but no worries. They were basic shapes only! Nothing fancy) 1 Tutorial PDF book. 2 Action Files specific to Photoshop. A bunch of Word Docs (*.rtf primarily, three .doc, 4 .txt files) outlining how to use their templates/actions/brushes and such geared towards use of Photoshop (Photo manipulation).

Hope this answer helps!
Josh answered on July 17, 2013

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Yes it will work in light room and most other programs But check out. filter forge.com First
Next Best Yiynova Tab answered on July 17, 2013

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Yes it will that's what I use
Next Best Yiynova Tab answered on July 17, 2013

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Yes
Next Best Yiynova Tab answered on July 17, 2013

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Hello Rachael,

This is Clive. The creator of the 1500+ Digital Photo Backgrounds Package from which your question was asked. The short answer is no. Although the psd and tiff formats are fully compatible with Lightroom. The functions necessary to isolate, cut, copy and paste a subject to a digital backgrounds are not available in Lightroom. I use Lightroom and it is a great product, but it's primary function is to organize images with light editing in the form of color balance, spot removal, cropping, etc.

However, any version of Photoshop will work just fine. All the way from Elements to CS to CC. Without knowing your situation, my recommendation is to purchase a recent, but not necessarily latest version of Photoshop Elements and see if you enjoy the process. Elements versions of Photoshop can be had for about $40-$100.

BTW, tutorials are included as well as our free one-on-one email tech support. Also, we have a 100% Unconditional Satisfaction Guarantee on every product.

I hope that answered your question. If not, or if you have any other questions, feel free to contact us anytime.

Best Regards,
Clive
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C. Deputy answered on July 17, 2013

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No, you need to have photoshop Elements 11 or later, any Photoshop CS will open most of the backgrounds.
Perry Rhodes answered on July 17, 2013

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Yes it should work with PS lightroom. I have lightroom3 and it works for me. Any jpeg, gif should work.
AK answered on July 20, 2013
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