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Workflow with ipad pro

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Jul 07, 2018

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Hello, I need a clarification on the workflow of lightroom cc for ipad.

My workflow is this: after importing the raf files of my fuji x-pro1 on the ipad pro, I proceed to import them in lightroom cc.

If I’m offline the files are not uploaded to the adobe cloud but in the ipad they take up twice the space (camera roll and lightroom)? If I delete the files from the camera roll, I lose the photos inside the lightroom if they have not been synchronized with the cloud? Or by deleting photos from the camera roll we have only the advanced previews in lightroom?

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Workflow with ipad pro

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Hello, I need a clarification on the workflow of lightroom cc for ipad.

My workflow is this: after importing the raf files of my fuji x-pro1 on the ipad pro, I proceed to import them in lightroom cc.

If I’m offline the files are not uploaded to the adobe cloud but in the ipad they take up twice the space (camera roll and lightroom)? If I delete the files from the camera roll, I lose the photos inside the lightroom if they have not been synchronized with the cloud? Or by deleting photos from the camera roll we have only the advanced previews in lightroom?

Thank you, have a nice day

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Jul 08, 2018

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Theoretically yes, you can delete from the Camera Roll as the full resolution image has been imported into LrCC.

However, if the photo has not synced to the Cloud and the app crashed, you could lose any photos that have not uploaded, so if possible it may be best to also keep them on SD Card until this point.

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