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Where are my edited images in Lightroom: not in Cloud

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Jul 27, 2020

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Hi all,

I spent several hours editing my first image in Lightroom CC.  Long story short, I had to restart my computer because I wanted to bring it into Photoshop, but PS would not open, so I downloaded new version of Photoshop.

Here is the problem:  I re-opened Lightroom, and now I cannot find the edited version of my image. I went to the cloud and can't find it. I thought there would be a File-->Open Recent option but there is not. I see the original image I was working on without the edits when I go to the Home button. It has Edits highlighted, but this first image is the original. (see attached)

I understood that the Adobe Cloud automatically saved my edits, but I am unable to access. 

Can anyone please help me in trying to find the last file I worked on in Lightroom?

Mac 10.13.6 (High Sierra)

Lightroom CC 3.3

Thanks in advance.

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Where are my edited images in Lightroom: not in Cloud

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Hi all,

I spent several hours editing my first image in Lightroom CC.  Long story short, I had to restart my computer because I wanted to bring it into Photoshop, but PS would not open, so I downloaded new version of Photoshop.

Here is the problem:  I re-opened Lightroom, and now I cannot find the edited version of my image. I went to the cloud and can't find it. I thought there would be a File-->Open Recent option but there is not. I see the original image I was working on without the edits when I go to the Home button. It has Edits highlighted, but this first image is the original. (see attached)

I understood that the Adobe Cloud automatically saved my edits, but I am unable to access. 

Can anyone please help me in trying to find the last file I worked on in Lightroom?

Mac 10.13.6 (High Sierra)

Lightroom CC 3.3

Thanks in advance.

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Update:  I found this tutorial on how to save a file to my Mac https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-cc/how-to/share-albums-photos-lightroom-cc.html 

That's great, but I'm still hoping to find the file I was editing in Lightroom before I had to Force Quit.

 

Thanks!

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Update #2:  Well good news.  I realized that I was not connected to the cloud. I turned off my VPN and am now connected.  Even though my original edits weren't saved, I now know why.

 

Won't make that mistake again!

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When posting images, please use the website and use the tools provided to include the image in your post. It makes looking at your image much more convenient.

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It seems like the edits were not synced to the cloud yet when you force quitted Lightroom. I don't think there is anything you can do about that.

-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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