Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is a photo processor and image organizer developed by
Adobe Systems for Windows. It allows viewing, organizing and retouching
a large number of digital images. Lightroom's edits are non-destructive. However,
despite sharing its name with Adobe Photoshop, it is incapable of performing many
Photoshop editing functions.
To solve this problem Lightroom lets you export your image to an external editor,
in most cases Photoshop. Green Screen Wizard takes advantage of this feature by
creating an intermediate program called LightroomLink that accepts the edit request
from Lightroom and then either starts Green Screen Wizard or passes a load file
request to a running copy of the Wizard. Lightroom can pass an image as a foreground
or background. If it is a foreground image then the save button text is changed
to "Back to Lightroom". Once a the user has finished working with the file. They
click "Back to Lightroom" and the photo with the green removed is shown in Lightroom.
The system acts as if it were a Lightroom Green Screen Plugin.
The LightroomLink is free but to use it you must have version 9 of Green Screen
Wizard and Lightoom installed on your computer.