Export high resolution in Desktop from photos edited in Lightroom mobile

Community Beginner ,
Apr 16, 2021 Apr 16, 2021

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Hi!

I have an issue here and I can't seem to find the answer online. Is it possible to export photos in LR desktop which you originally edited in LR mobile?

 

My situation in more detail:

I add photos from my camera to my phone and edited it with LR mobile. But of course, the resolution is not the high resolution. Now I'm looking for a way to simply get the high resolution in LR desktop, but without having to edit them all over again. Is there a way to pair for example the pictures from my sd card to the edited photos in LR?

 

Thanks for your time,

Greetings Lianne

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 24, 2021 Apr 24, 2021
But now I have still the same problem, that my previous pictures were not in high quality. Is there a way that I can link images, imported from sd card, to the pictures in lightroom synced from mobile? By @LianneSam
Sorry, I can't think of an easy way to do that. Removing the lower quality images, then re-importing the correct versions, is all I can suggest.

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Apr 16, 2021 Apr 16, 2021

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If you are running subscription Lightroom on both modile and desktop then syncing of the files and edits between the two is a natural process, requiring no further imports, so if that's not working we need to establish why. So can you confirm:

 

1. Do you have an active Adobe subscription?

2. What version of Lightroom are you running on your desktop? Please do Help>System Info and post a screenshot of the first few lines of the info display.

3. What version of LrMobile are you running on your phone, and is it the free or premium version?

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Apr 24, 2021 Apr 24, 2021

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Hi Jim,

Thanks for your answer. Sorry for my late reply, I just found out that the notification of your message was in my other mail. 😮

Here are the answers to your questions:

 

1. Yes.


2. Adobe Lightroom, first few lines are:

Lightroom version: 4.2 x64 [ 20210301-0713-6cdd6a3 ] (Mar 2 2021)
NGL Version: 1.24.0.5
WF Version: 3.2 88d676d
Operating system: macOS
OS Version: macOS 10.15.7 (19H524)
Application architecture: x64

3. Lightroom mobile V 6.2.1 BD60B6/34/. Premium version

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I solved it! I just hadnt the right settings on my canon connect app. It was just set to import reduced pictures.

 

But now I have still the same problem, that my previous pictures were not in high quality. Is there a way that I can link images, imported from sd card, to the pictures in lightroom synced from mobile?

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But now I have still the same problem, that my previous pictures were not in high quality. Is there a way that I can link images, imported from sd card, to the pictures in lightroom synced from mobile?


By @LianneSam

 

Sorry, I can't think of an easy way to do that. Removing the lower quality images, then re-importing the correct versions, is all I can suggest.

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Thanks for your answer. I guess so!

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