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Apr 13, 2020

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After I edit my photo I upload them to the hard drive on my computer. I then loose my Medidata as far a the camera settings, camera, etc.... Can anyone let me know where I going wrong?

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Lightroom Classic on my PC

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After I edit my photo I upload them to the hard drive on my computer. I then loose my Medidata as far a the camera settings, camera, etc.... Can anyone let me know where I going wrong?

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Apr 13, 2020

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Can you post an insight into your Operating system and Lightroom version(s) details thanks?

Are you editing externally to Lightroom and then importing to Lightroom?

I'm not quite sure what you mean by "uploading to your computer" in this context either .  .  .

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Apr 21, 2020

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I'm using a desktop PC with windows 10. The Lightroom is Classic CC. After taking the photos I upload directly from my Camera to Lightroom. I edit the photos then transfer to my hard drive. I have all the boxes checked to save all camera settings, but it doesn't save them. Camera, iso, lens, etc.... 

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Where are the photos located when you edit them?

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Apr 21, 2020

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I take photos then upload them to Lightroom on my PC. After I edit them I transfer to my hard drive on my PC. Somewhere in the process I'm loosing the photo information. ie, what camer was used, the lens used, iso, etc. it worked before, but I'm loosing that info? 

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LEGEND ,
Apr 21, 2020

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Can you state the name of the Lightroom step that causes the problem?

 

Please do some simple troubleshooting, and inspect the metadata after each step, and identify at which step the metadata becomes missing.

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Apr 21, 2020

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The metadata is lost when I transfer to my hard drive on my PC

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"The metadata is lost when I transfer to my hard drive on my PC"


Which step in Lightroom is this? What is the Lightroom name for this step? There are many different steps that could be called "transfer".

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Apr 21, 2020

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Export. Export to Hard Drive. Metadata All. Then it's lost

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