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Deleting Photos from Disk (Lightroom 3.2)

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Hello,

 

I'm new to Lightroom 3.2 (but am very familiar with previous versions). In previous versions, when I selected photos and hit delete, I had the option to remove the photos from Lightroom or remove them from Lightroom and the disk. I can't seem to find a way to do that in Lightroom 3.2.  Is there a way to delete from disk?

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Correct answer by JimHess | Adobe Community Professional

Not really because Lightroom 3.2 is not disk oriented. The images are being saved in the cloud. It's possible that you have things configured to have a copy saved to disk, but the primary image is being stored in the cloud. That is the primary difference with Lightroom 3.2. If you want a disk oriented Lightroom then you need to be using Lightroom Classic.

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Deleting Photos from Disk (Lightroom 3.2)

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Hello,

 

I'm new to Lightroom 3.2 (but am very familiar with previous versions). In previous versions, when I selected photos and hit delete, I had the option to remove the photos from Lightroom or remove them from Lightroom and the disk. I can't seem to find a way to do that in Lightroom 3.2.  Is there a way to delete from disk?

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Correct answer by JimHess | Adobe Community Professional

Not really because Lightroom 3.2 is not disk oriented. The images are being saved in the cloud. It's possible that you have things configured to have a copy saved to disk, but the primary image is being stored in the cloud. That is the primary difference with Lightroom 3.2. If you want a disk oriented Lightroom then you need to be using Lightroom Classic.

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Not really because Lightroom 3.2 is not disk oriented. The images are being saved in the cloud. It's possible that you have things configured to have a copy saved to disk, but the primary image is being stored in the cloud. That is the primary difference with Lightroom 3.2. If you want a disk oriented Lightroom then you need to be using Lightroom Classic.

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