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Manage Lightroom SYNCED photos?

Explorer ,
May 27, 2023 May 27, 2023

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Hi,

 

How do you manage your 'synced' lightroom photos? I upload thousands of photos and my storage is constantly being maxed with no way to delete or manage the photos that are synced or not synced. The only option is to buy more storage with no recourse to manage the existing sync'ed filed. Going to lightroom.adobe.com and hitting 'account info' only allows you to delete the entire library..

 

I simply want to manage what is being synced and what's not. Plus theres no area to see where exactly the sync'd data or photos are housed or managed. 

 

How do you manage this?

 

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May 27, 2023 May 27, 2023

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The only way to "manage" your cloud space is either by keeping within the existing space allowance (or buy more), or constantly delete some existing images from the cloud in order to make way for more. If you remove images from the cloud, and you don't have your own local copy, those images are lost.

 

In terms of where synced photos are "housed or managed", they are stored in the cloud and managed by Adobe on our behalf. Unlike the LrClassic local storage based app, the only visibility we have of the images is via the Lightroom UI using the albums/folders that we create, we are not able to "see" the physical storage area outside of the applications.

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