Yes, you can use Lightroom Presets (.xmp) in Photoshop. To do so, follow these steps:
- Update Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop to their latest versions.
- Locate the .XMP presets folder in Lightroom. For Windows, this is typically found at C:\Users[Your Username]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\CameraRaw\Settings. For macOS, it's usually in ~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Camera Raw/Settings/.
- Copy the .XMP presets you wish to use in Photoshop to the Adobe Camera Raw folder.
- Open Photoshop and load an image you want to edit.
- Launch Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) either by opening the image in the ACR workspace or using the 'Filter' > 'Camera Raw Filter' option.
- In ACR, click the 'Presets' icon (represented by horizontal lines and sliders).
- Choose a preset from the imported .XMP Lightroom presets.
- You can make additional adjustments to the image if needed. When you're satisfied with the changes, click 'Open' or 'Done'.
- Save your edited image in Photoshop using the 'File' > 'Save As' command.
By following these steps, you'll be able to use Lightroom Presets (.xmp) to edit your images in Photoshop.