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don´t want to syncronize

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Jun 24, 2019

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To who it may concern. I´m using Lightroom and I like it, but I don´t want to send any foto to the cloud. Unfortunately there is no button I found which would allow me to stop permantently syncronizing.

If somebody has a tip for me would be great.

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markus

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Lightroom manages photos in the cloud. That is how it works and there is no way to turn this off. If you prefer to keep your photos on local hard drives you should use Lightroom Classic. Here’s some information about the two different Lightroom applications. Lightroom vs. Lightroom Classic | Adobe

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don´t want to syncronize

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To who it may concern. I´m using Lightroom and I like it, but I don´t want to send any foto to the cloud. Unfortunately there is no button I found which would allow me to stop permantently syncronizing.

If somebody has a tip for me would be great.

best

markus

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Correct answer by Theresa_J | Adobe Community Professional

Lightroom manages photos in the cloud. That is how it works and there is no way to turn this off. If you prefer to keep your photos on local hard drives you should use Lightroom Classic. Here’s some information about the two different Lightroom applications. Lightroom vs. Lightroom Classic | Adobe

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Lightroom manages photos in the cloud. That is how it works and there is no way to turn this off. If you prefer to keep your photos on local hard drives you should use Lightroom Classic. Here’s some information about the two different Lightroom applications. Lightroom vs. Lightroom Classic | Adobe

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Hi Theresa, Ok. Well thank I´ll stick to classic.

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