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How to get Lightroom Cloud album into Classic for Actual editing

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Jun 08, 2020

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CC is awesome in it's own right, but when it comes down to it does not compare to classic. I would love to be able to cull and basic edit my first shots on my phone, but then be able to actually get my rated images into lightroom for editing. I'm not doing 10-20 shots, I'm talking like 800. This copy paste stuff for my settings, NOT COOL. Having a really hard time since everything solution based is mislabled mixing the two up. 

If you start your workflow in Lightroom Classic I don't see the issue. Import in classic, choose add to collection in LR import and then use your Lightroom mobile app, easy does it 

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How to get Lightroom Cloud album into Classic for Actual editing

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CC is awesome in it's own right, but when it comes down to it does not compare to classic. I would love to be able to cull and basic edit my first shots on my phone, but then be able to actually get my rated images into lightroom for editing. I'm not doing 10-20 shots, I'm talking like 800. This copy paste stuff for my settings, NOT COOL. Having a really hard time since everything solution based is mislabled mixing the two up. 

If you start your workflow in Lightroom Classic I don't see the issue. Import in classic, choose add to collection in LR import and then use your Lightroom mobile app, easy does it 

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If you start your workflow in Lightroom Classic I don't see the issue. Import in classic, choose add to collection in LR import and then use your Lightroom mobile app, easy does it 

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I guess that makes since. I downloaded cc and uploaded a weekend worth of pics, culled, and basic edited the top, but still got over 800 pics I want to bulk edit in Classic. Just SOL on this one I guess. 😕

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Sorry, thank you for breaking my mindfunk. I will do it that way going forward. It makes sense. Had to back up a few more steps than I was allowing myself to consider. 

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So the workaround I've found is to export an album original + settings and import those to lightroom. Seems kind of against the flow though. Why not add a connection or something so you can get your sync'd albums on Classic. 

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