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Lightroom photos show up blurry after downloading app on iPad mini, even though I made no edits !?!?

New Here ,
Jun 09, 2024 Jun 09, 2024

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I am having problems with Lightroom.

I had been editing in Lightroom on my Dell laptop for weeks. I had to go on a trip, but needed to keep editing, so I downloaded Lightroom on my iPad mini (5th gen). Images were blurry so it was hard to do any editing, so I didn't do much on my trip, if anything. I came back and opened Lightroom on my laptop... and now the images won't sharpen as much on my laptop as much as they did before my trip. The brightness/exposure appears excessive on my laptop too, even on images I did not edit on the iPad.

I assumed it was some sort of syncing problem but I can't figure it out. I have already assured that my laptop is not in night mode and is at a proper brightness. Also, no changes show up in version hsitory since I didn't make any edits.

PLEASE help me get the images to display like they did before trying the iPad version. I have 90 photos that I've been working through and am having a total meltdown just thinking about possibly having to start over.

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Adobe Employee ,
Jun 10, 2024 Jun 10, 2024

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Hi,

It sounds as if you haven't downloaded the editable image yet.
Are you seeing this while being able to edit the images?
If you tap on the cloud icon what does it say about the image type loaded (next to "LOCAL") ?

If exposure/brightness seem excessive there's a chance that you have been using 
HDR, where the look will differ upon device/machine hardware capabilities.

Thanks,
Ignacio

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This is what it says next to the image I am worried about: "original - tif". To get this image, I made a duplicate of the original camer raw, made some edits in Lightroom, made some edits in photoshop, and added a few more edits in lightroom... it looked fine a week ago. But now, ever since the iPad thing, it looks slightly more grainy and brighter. Maaybe even a little more yellow, despite haivngt he proper settings on my laptop display.

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However, I noticed that the camera raw version says "smart preview." Would that impact any newer versions of it?

 

I hope what I'm saying makes sense! Thank you for your continued assistance.

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