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How to use Lightroom with Google drive on iPad?

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Mar 05, 2020

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Hi,

 

I've been looking all over the web to find a solution, but I worry that there might not be a solution. I'm using lightroom on my laptop for editing and Google drive for storage. I've got free unlimited storage on drive from my uni days so I don't want to change to Lightroom cloud. 

Is there a way to edit your photos on iPad lightroom that syncs to your google drive folders without having to use lightroom cloud? I would want a good workflow where I can continue editing my pictures on the go with my iPad without having to re-import copies. Can this be done?

 

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How to use Lightroom with Google drive on iPad?

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Hi,

 

I've been looking all over the web to find a solution, but I worry that there might not be a solution. I'm using lightroom on my laptop for editing and Google drive for storage. I've got free unlimited storage on drive from my uni days so I don't want to change to Lightroom cloud. 

Is there a way to edit your photos on iPad lightroom that syncs to your google drive folders without having to use lightroom cloud? I would want a good workflow where I can continue editing my pictures on the go with my iPad without having to re-import copies. Can this be done?

 

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Mar 05, 2020

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Unfortunately not.

 

Lightroom Mobile imports photos into the app and uploads to the Cloud for storage. After a while, the imported file gets automatically cleared from the apps cache and replaced by others.

 

It doesn't work like Lightroom Classic where Lightroom points to photos located on a disc.

 

 

 

 

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