Thu, Oct 19, 2017 10:57 AM
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Lightroom Ecosystem: Selective Sync
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Victoria Bampton a.k.a. The Lightroom Queen
Author of Adobe Lightroom Classic - The Missing FAQ and Adobe Lightroom - Edit Like a Pro books.
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2 y ago
This is quite an old thread, and i think i've seen it somewhere else, but could not find any other.
I believe if Lightroom CC has the ability to store files locally, the "great migration" would finally happen, and Adobe could drop the horrible Lightroom Classic CC.
I would hope this is implemented in a way that you could easily define which photos/albums sync to the cloud and which don't, having the option to then delete that album from the cloud and keep it local.
This would allow the Lightroom CC to be fully appreciated in it's several mobile apps and avoid the storage of huge data in cloud servers. I mean, the workflow would be:
1. Import photos from hard drive to new album or previously created one.
2. Sync to the cloud (or not)
3. Edit (if you synced to the cloud, you could edit in the tablet, web or phone through your awesome apps)
4. Export to wherever
5. Un-sync the album
6. Delete cloud data from the album.
This would result in having your catalog organized in Lightroom CC, photos stored locally and everyone happy.
How can we improve?
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