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Transferring from Iphotos/affinity to Lightroom

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Apr 21, 2020

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Hey all,

So I recently transfered from Iphotos/affinity to Lightroom, via the transfer entire library, and most of my older previously edited photos are only showing the unedited version on lightroom. I have about 3000 photos and maybe 500 favorites that i spent a ton of time editing. Its too daunting to re-edit all of them. Any advice on recovering my edits?

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Transferring from Iphotos/affinity to Lightroom

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Hey all,

So I recently transfered from Iphotos/affinity to Lightroom, via the transfer entire library, and most of my older previously edited photos are only showing the unedited version on lightroom. I have about 3000 photos and maybe 500 favorites that i spent a ton of time editing. Its too daunting to re-edit all of them. Any advice on recovering my edits?

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Lightroom (online) or Lightroom Classic (desktop)?

 

What file type are the edited Affinity files saved as  -- .tif or .jpg? 

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Lightroom online. My photos are saved on Iphotos as .Jpg. 

I would edit in affinity, then save it in iphotos and close affinity.

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I moved your question from Get Started to Lightroom CC.

Did you read this?

https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-classic/help/migrate-photos-aperture.html

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Yes, I read that. That is specifically for lightroom classic not for online, though it is still helpful. The online LR only allowed me to import from LR Classic Catalog, Apple photos, or photoshop elements. When I imported I chose Apple photos & it didnt import my edits. I notice in the article it says that setting was off by default.

 

Going forward, how would I turn that setting on, and should I remove my entire LR library to reimport them with edits?

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