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On Wednesday, October 25, 2017 at 9:20:58 AM UTC-7, PeterN wrote:
> I use Lightroom CC Classic and Photoshop CC.
> I send images to various people and competitions. Before I send the 
> image I place it in a dedicated folder. Sometimes, while reviewing the 
> images, I see something that should be changed. If it is a JPEG image I 
> go back to the original, make the change, then make requisite size and 
> color space changes, and re-save. All of that takes a lot of time. Does 
> anyone know how to directly save the change using only LR? I don't want 
> to do this on JPEG files, but only on tiff.
> 
> 
> -- 
> PeterN

I don't quite follow your workflow. In LightRoom, select the picture(s) of interest, go to File,
Export, choose a folder, specify size, file format, and color space. 

You can create a preset for a combination you use frequently.