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Deleted Photos off Card, but showing up in lightroom

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Sep 15, 2019

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Recently, when I uploaded photos to work on them in Lightroom, it is pulling in photos I know I just deleted off the card.  So I usually edit quickly off any 'bad' photos before uploading to Lightroom.   They would be gone when I upload into Lightroom, as they should be.  Now they still appear.  I realize I can just upload everything and edit from Lightroom, but it's kind of alarming that they are appearing? 

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Deleted Photos off Card, but showing up in lightroom

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Recently, when I uploaded photos to work on them in Lightroom, it is pulling in photos I know I just deleted off the card.  So I usually edit quickly off any 'bad' photos before uploading to Lightroom.   They would be gone when I upload into Lightroom, as they should be.  Now they still appear.  I realize I can just upload everything and edit from Lightroom, but it's kind of alarming that they are appearing? 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Please clarify what version of Lightroom you are using.

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Sep 15, 2019

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Lightroom CC 2.2 on a laptop.

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Sep 16, 2019

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Not sure I understand what you are doing. How do you "edit quickly" before you import to Lightroom? Are you referring to editing in the camera and deleting in the camera?

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Sep 16, 2019

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Taking the card out of the camera. Putting it into the laptop. Pulling up the photos and deleting any bad ones. Then uploading to Lightroom. I've been doing this way for years, and the "bad/deleted ones" would be gone. Now they are also showing up in Lightroom. If I had deleted a photo while I was taking them (Ie before putting into my computer) those are NOT showing up. So it has something to do with the fact that once the card is in my computer, even if I delete, they are still showing up.

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That does sound odd. Any chance that you are taking both a raw and JPEG but only deleting one of them? Obviously, I'm grabbing at straws here.

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Thanks - but no, not doing RAW currently. I'm going to test deleting some from computer, taking card out and then opening lightroom to see if that works ... or I'll just give in to doing all editing in Lightroom 🙂

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