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As part of my travel hybrid use of Lightroom (Cloud Ipad) and Classic I sometims import the raw images from my card to ipad LR. This stores the RAW in the cloud and takes up space.  Once Ive synced when I get home I no longer want the raw in the cloud or need to sync those images.  How can I sort and Find those Raws easiy. 

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"Sort and Find"? After the full-size files have downloaded to the{Mobile Downloads} folder (or your specified folder)

You can then-

Remove selected photos from the {All Synced Photographs} collection in the Catalog panel, and go to [Photo menu > Remove from All Synced Photographs] or press the [Delete/Backspace] key. This doesn’t remove them from the catalog, but does remove them from the cloud and all synced devices.

 

It helps to have a specified folder structure for mobile downloaded files as it can be set with dated sub-folders:

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This also makes it easier to select multiple files by 'date' sub-folder- then delete the selected files from {All Synced Photographs}.

 

 

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Find originals stored in cloud vs smart previews

Engaged ,
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As part of my travel hybrid use of Lightroom (Cloud Ipad) and Classic I sometims import the raw images from my card to ipad LR. This stores the RAW in the cloud and takes up space.  Once Ive synced when I get home I no longer want the raw in the cloud or need to sync those images.  How can I sort and Find those Raws easiy. 

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Correct answer by WobertC | Adobe Community Professional

"Sort and Find"? After the full-size files have downloaded to the{Mobile Downloads} folder (or your specified folder)

You can then-

Remove selected photos from the {All Synced Photographs} collection in the Catalog panel, and go to [Photo menu > Remove from All Synced Photographs] or press the [Delete/Backspace] key. This doesn’t remove them from the catalog, but does remove them from the cloud and all synced devices.

 

It helps to have a specified folder structure for mobile downloaded files as it can be set with dated sub-folders:

ScreenShot196.jpg

This also makes it easier to select multiple files by 'date' sub-folder- then delete the selected files from {All Synced Photographs}.

 

 

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"Sort and Find"? After the full-size files have downloaded to the{Mobile Downloads} folder (or your specified folder)

You can then-

Remove selected photos from the {All Synced Photographs} collection in the Catalog panel, and go to [Photo menu > Remove from All Synced Photographs] or press the [Delete/Backspace] key. This doesn’t remove them from the catalog, but does remove them from the cloud and all synced devices.

 

It helps to have a specified folder structure for mobile downloaded files as it can be set with dated sub-folders:

ScreenShot196.jpg

This also makes it easier to select multiple files by 'date' sub-folder- then delete the selected files from {All Synced Photographs}.

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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