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Workflow for iPhone photos to IOS Lightroom to Lightroom classic

Community Beginner ,
Oct 14, 2023 Oct 14, 2023

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I have recently upgraded to the new release of Lightroom on my iPhone, and I see some improvements. However, I am having trouble figuring out where my files go once they sync into Lightroom Classic. Here is my new workflow when it comes to using my iPhone photos:

 

First, I take some pictures, and then I go into Lightroom on my iPhone (Lightroom CC) and use the device's photos to select the ones I want to move to Lightroom CC. Once I select the photos, I create a folder/album to help me organize my photos. For instance, I created a new folder named "2023" and an album called "Greece" since I selected all my photos from that trip.

 

However, when I opened Lightroom Classic back in my office and noticed the files syncing to my catalog, I saw that it was just a flat group of photos without a folder or album. This makes it hard for me to find the folder and albums within Classic Lightroom.

 

Can you help me understand where I can find these folders and albums in Lightroom Classic?

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Oct 15, 2023 Oct 15, 2023

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Albums do sync down to Lightroom Classic as collections. They can be found in a 'From Lightroom' collection set. Folders in Lightroom mobile are what collection sets are in Lightroom Classic, but these do not sync.

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga

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