I am on holiday in a remote cottage with negligible internet. How do I stop Lightroom trying to upload photos for the week, and hogging what little bandwidth there is.
There doesn’t seem to be an obvious setting, unless I have to sign out.
Thanks very much Johan.
About using the Lightroom camera on the iPhones instead of the Apple one. If this was just me I would probably do this, and aim to use the Apple cam for the junk, (screenshots, note taking etc) and the Lightroom cam for photos that might become keepers. But my wife is...
This is all going very well, but I have a question about working practice using them together.
I understand that if I delete a sync'd image in Cloudy will simply unsync it in Classic not delete it. So my standard practice, as you suggested, is to flag as rejected in Cloudy and then delete all...
Thanks for this.
So provided we are sure the originals have been uploaded it is safe to manually delete the originals (on Mac) out of the Lightroom Library>Package Contents>long alphanumeric name>Originals?
So you were able to use the local library from an earlier backup with no issues? It is a while since I got the cloned library message and can't recall the details, except the linked solution was to delete it and redownload. (I realise your point is that it didn't help because it was overwritten...
It rejects it, and tells you to delete it and download a new copy from the Cloud. Recovery from a disk failure or setting up a new computer is extremely easy with Cloudy. No migrating of files, just sign in.
Thanks. As I read Victoria's What's New, it is on a picture by picture basis and you would have to make multiple snapshots just before making the editing errors? Maybe that is a misinterpretation. I am not familiar with snapshots in Classic which she says are similar.
Yes I realise having Classic involved changes the picture, and is not how Adobe expects or wants most Cloudy users to work, but it is a new venture for me so learning. So most Cloudy users have no way back from wrong edits.
This poses a question. Suppose I made some wrong edits in Cloudy, these edits will sync to Classic. Can I then restore a backup Classic catalog to recover from the wrong edits? Correct edits should sync back to Cloudy?
My understanding is that Lightroom Cloudy only uploads the original (unedited) photos to the Adobe Cloud. The edits and album info are in the Library.
As far as I can tell the Cloudy Library is also in the Adobe Cloud, because when I have cloned a drive containing the Library, and then tried to...
Yes it will automatically flag duplicates but that is putting off the task. I want to try and avoid going back later, hoping I could see all versions at the same time and select the one to keep. But at the moment it seems like a more detailed review of each tends to be needed. Still...