Import a photoshop file into Indesign, adjust size and detail selection of the picture. Then Opt-double-click the picture in Indesign to work on the imported file. The file opens in Photoshop and you can work on it, like adding filters, layers etc. Save youor modifications in Photoshop and go back to Indesign. You will notice that all adjustments in Indesign are resetted and you have to do it all again: select detail, adjust size etc.
This really sucks!!!
I am running InDesign CC 2019 v. 14.0, and on one occasion, my photoshop document that is placed in Indesign does not look accurate. The only workaround I found was to place the file, use import options, and turn one of my photoshop layers off. It was very strange. I tried exporting jpegs and tiffs from my PS doc, and though the preview image looked accurate when placed in InDesign, it did not look correct (background gradient color was changed to a flat color). When I exported a pdf, the same result occurred.