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Preventing Lightroom Cloud Sync

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Oct 21, 2020 Oct 21, 2020

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How do you prevent Lightroom from automatically Cloud Syncing?

I want to disable this feature.

20gb is not enough for all my photos. LOL 

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 21, 2020 Oct 21, 2020
You can't. Lightroom is designed to store originals online and it relies on Adobe Sensei (the AI in the cloud), so if you prevent it from syncing, you prevent it from functioning properly. You can work offline for a while if you have no internet, but as soon as you restore the internet connection the cloud sync will be restored too. If you don't want to increase your cloud space, then don't use Lightroom (desktop), use Lightroom Classic. That is the version that is designed for local storage of ...

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You can't. Lightroom is designed to store originals online and it relies on Adobe Sensei (the AI in the cloud), so if you prevent it from syncing, you prevent it from functioning properly. You can work offline for a while if you have no internet, but as soon as you restore the internet connection the cloud sync will be restored too. If you don't want to increase your cloud space, then don't use Lightroom (desktop), use Lightroom Classic. That is the version that is designed for local storage of images.

 

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