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Hello everyone, I am switching my workflow to LR cc iPad, the first problem I am encountering is I cannot have my photo saved into camera roll in correct order, I have tried to sort my photo by name and capture time, share, save to camera roll, both comes out in random order in Lightroom folder in camera roll.

Is there any solution?

Sam

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Correct answer by Michael J. Hoffman | Adobe Community Professional

I can offer one solution, although it may not be the one you’re looking for.

First, a bit of clarification: changing the sort order in Lightroom has no impact on how the Camera Roll displays an image. Camera roll uses the capture time, as best I can tell.

Since you are switching to a Lightroom workflow, you can consider the camera roll in iOS to be a temporary storage bin that you clear out periodically. Use Lightroom to sort and organize, and manage your photos. I do it this way and consider my Lightroom catalog to be the main repository for all my photos and video, and once a year or so I wipe older stuff from Camera Roll to save space.

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Raw photo saved to camera roll not in order

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Hello everyone, I am switching my workflow to LR cc iPad, the first problem I am encountering is I cannot have my photo saved into camera roll in correct order, I have tried to sort my photo by name and capture time, share, save to camera roll, both comes out in random order in Lightroom folder in camera roll.

Is there any solution?

Sam

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Correct answer by Michael J. Hoffman | Adobe Community Professional

I can offer one solution, although it may not be the one you’re looking for.

First, a bit of clarification: changing the sort order in Lightroom has no impact on how the Camera Roll displays an image. Camera roll uses the capture time, as best I can tell.

Since you are switching to a Lightroom workflow, you can consider the camera roll in iOS to be a temporary storage bin that you clear out periodically. Use Lightroom to sort and organize, and manage your photos. I do it this way and consider my Lightroom catalog to be the main repository for all my photos and video, and once a year or so I wipe older stuff from Camera Roll to save space.

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I can offer one solution, although it may not be the one you’re looking for.

First, a bit of clarification: changing the sort order in Lightroom has no impact on how the Camera Roll displays an image. Camera roll uses the capture time, as best I can tell.

Since you are switching to a Lightroom workflow, you can consider the camera roll in iOS to be a temporary storage bin that you clear out periodically. Use Lightroom to sort and organize, and manage your photos. I do it this way and consider my Lightroom catalog to be the main repository for all my photos and video, and once a year or so I wipe older stuff from Camera Roll to save space.

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