How are my original raw images stored and structured in the Cloud sync service? Coming from Capture one Pro (session way of working ) -which is a folder and equivalent of catalogue for each shoot - I’m having real trouble working out how the images are organised and how to backup and organise manually on my studio desktop computer running Lightroom CC .If I create a folder and gallery in LIghtroom Mobile, say called Beach Shoot 1 and I import photos from my photos on iPad (to that which have already been imported into iPad via SD card ) Where are they stored , once synced to the cloud ?Logged into adobe cloud , I can see them , all of my images stored in cloud all lumped together . And the galleries (but I understand albums / galleries are just references / collections to the original files. Now on desktop Lightroom CC when I download it puts them in weird dated folders within Lightroom’s main folder .Basically I want to be able to organise and download the raws from the cloud in Lightroom CC , on a per job ‘ gallery basis . And have all the adjustments & Ratings stored safely in one folder which I name for the job / shoot . -Which I can come back to later if I need to. Then I can back that up to offsite hard drives once job has been finalised images retouched and uploaded to client. And I can delete from the cloud / local Lightroom And when I need to revisit it I can drag that folder on to my machine and re grade images if needed.But I need everything to be the same as I last left the albums/galleries.On capture one Pro it’s simple . 1 Create new job (name it ) which creates a new folder with its subfolders structure . 2. Import images , choose which subfolder to import to (or create sub sub folders if I want to be super organised into shot folders) & how I wish to name them ! - why can’t we rename as we import or even organise in Lightroom Mobile or CC? 3. Export out jpgs whatever required.4. Back up job -which is as simple as copying the job folder over to another hard drive . 5. Delete original job folder from computer . Now if I need to come back to job I just copy the backup one over to my computer and it’s ready to go. I’m loving how the sync works form my iPad to desktop and laptop , when doing location jobs . But this uncontrollable and unphathomable file structure is doing my head in , and not fit for professional work , or even amateurs that shoot a lot and like to backup and organise by trips / occasion etc.