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On LR iPad, I start to edit image, and suddenly the image changes to looking corrupted

New Here ,
Mar 30, 2023 Mar 30, 2023

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I have Lightroom cloud-based photo service on my iphone and ipad, along with Lightroom Classic on my laptop. I have no problem syncing images back and forth to both devices. Edits normally sync fine. I believe I'm up to date both devices. 

 

On LR iPad (v.5.2.3),  if I start to edit an image, it reverts to a previous state. Pressing my thumb on the image I can see the original image before any of my edits. The state doesn't revert as far back as the original, but looks very simliar to it. If I undo my attempted edit, nothing changes. If I swipe to the next image in my folder, and then back again, it goes back to how it was before I attempted to edit it. So, basically, I can't edit on my iPad then, because any edits I try to make suddenly I'm looking at what looks like a corrupted image.

 

Anyone have any ideas what's going on and how to fix it?

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Mar 30, 2023 Mar 30, 2023

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Hello @rickarooni,

Are you able to edit the same image on lightroom.adobe.com?

Also, does your issue get resolved after upgrading to the latest Lr iPad version (8.2.2)?

 

Thank you,

Elmira

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Apr 01, 2023 Apr 01, 2023

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Thanks, Elmira.

Yes, I can edit in Lightroom classic. I have an iPad mini 2 with 32GB capacity, and I have 31.2GB used, so I'm wondering if that is the problem. Even if I zoom an image in Lightroom on the iPad, the image reverts to something I don't recognize. Software version is 12.5.5. Apparently I have enough iCoud storage to move my photos to the cloud. I don't normally have that many photos/videos on my ipad, but I now see I have over 4GB. So, I think I'll move them to the cloud.

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Apr 04, 2023 Apr 04, 2023

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After freeing up some space on my iPad, the problem is still there, but, I'm not sure, but maybe not as bad. For example, if I try to zoom an image to see it better, as soon as I take my fingers off the screen the image goes monotone.

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