I have Lightroom mobile on iPad 2018. Why when I export a picture, this picture is in low definition. For example: I import a picture 24 megabyte and Lightroom export picture in 2 megabyte!!
Please help me!
Where are you importing the picture from?
I import the picture from the "Apple Lightning to SD card camera player". I save the picture in ipad roll, then i import in Lightroom.
If you are trying to save edited versions of your photos, you can choose Save to Camera Roll > Maximum Available (resolution). This should save the image at the same resolution as the original image. The file size may indeed be a lot smaller than the original, especially if the original is a RAW photo.
If you are trying to export the original, that should indeed save the original image, in its original format and image dimensions.
Hope this helps,
there‘s something wrong: if i open one picture by PC Lightroom, i work it and export in 12 mega (for example). If I open the same picture on iPad Lightroom and do the same work, i export in 1 mega!! Why this huge different???
Are you syncing to Lightroom Classic CC on your desktop?
If you use LR Classic, the original full resolution document is transferred to your desktop. The photo in the cloud is replaced with a Smart Preview that is 2540 pixels on the longest edge. Now, when you want to export from LR Mobile, the “maximum size available” will be 2540 pixels wide.
This only happens if you sync with LR Classic CC desktop. If you work only in LR CC (not Classic) the original full resolution images remain in the cloud.
Thank you Michael!