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Why is adobe lightroom making copies of all my raw photos?!?

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Dec 22, 2017

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Hi,

I have been redirected to this forum in order to obtain an answer for my issues with adobe lightroom for mobile.

I have a huawei p10 lite and a 64 gb class 10 microsd card. Whenever I add photos to lightroom, specifically Raw photos made with my phone, it is taking huge amounts of time to  sync them. How can I disable sync, because from what I can see, Lightroom is creating copies of my raw photos and using twice as much space.why does it need to create copies of my photos when it could just read them directly from my camera folder and how can I permanently disable the sync and photo doubling? It is costing me too much space and I don't understand the reason.

Thank you!

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Why is adobe lightroom making copies of all my raw photos?!?

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Dec 22, 2017

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Hi,

I have been redirected to this forum in order to obtain an answer for my issues with adobe lightroom for mobile.

I have a huawei p10 lite and a 64 gb class 10 microsd card. Whenever I add photos to lightroom, specifically Raw photos made with my phone, it is taking huge amounts of time to  sync them. How can I disable sync, because from what I can see, Lightroom is creating copies of my raw photos and using twice as much space.why does it need to create copies of my photos when it could just read them directly from my camera folder and how can I permanently disable the sync and photo doubling? It is costing me too much space and I don't understand the reason.

Thank you!

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