’ve been using the LRM camera’s HDR capability (and ordinary DNG capability) and enjoying it a lot, but am concerned that the large files (~40 MB each) will ultimately fill up my iPhone’s available storage. Can someone explain what the sequence is? I understand that when I take an HDR shot, the DNG and HDR DNG are sent up to the cloud, then sent down to a subfolder of the Lightroom folder on my Mac. Are the original DNG and HDR DNG files on my iPhone then automatically replaced with Smart Preview DNG’s, reducing the storage usage? If not, is there a way to make this happen? Also, at some point I’ll make a gallery with the images I want and sync it to my phone — is it the case that, if the DNG’s (or Smart Preview DNG’s) are still on my phone, no extra storage is used when I sync the gallery?