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Using both Lightroom Classic and Lightroom storage of 1TB almost full

Community Beginner ,
Jan 13, 2024 Jan 13, 2024

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I've been using Lightroom CC on my Ipad for 3 years now. I love editing this way but my 1TB storage is almost full. As I just bought a new Macbook Max 3 I would like to use Classic again and it might be a solution for the storage problem. I've downloaded the Lightroom CC library and I'm now importing it to Classic. But I'm a bit confused now.  The storage is almost full. If I sync a few folders from the last couple of years that I don't use that much on my Ipad, will Classic download those folders or do they disappear when I delete them in CC? I'm a travel photographer so I'd love to only bring my Ipad on my trips and the abbilaty  to share them right away with airdrop is a big plus for me that Classic doesn't have. 

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Jan 13, 2024 Jan 13, 2024

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If you sync the Lightroom Classic catalog, Lightroom Classic will download all the cloud images. You cannot 'selectively' sync down your cloud images. If you remove a downloaded image from 'All Synced Photographs' in Lightroom Classic, then it will be removed from the cloud but remain locally. The same happens when you remove it from the iPad (after it has been synced down to LrC). So that is how you can make room online without losing any images.

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga

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