How can you get your images from a Lightroom CC cloud account, you can no longer use as you have moved between countries, to a new Lightroom CC account you have bought an annual subscription to via redemption code? That is you can no longer use your previous Adobe ID for the new subscription.
i have over 300,000 photos in my catalogue. the catalogue (and backups) are on my internal HD on an IMAC.
i have the photos spread over 6 or 7 hard drives, each in a folder by date.
here's the problem-as i ran out of room on one external drives, i originally "squeezed" new files that i imported...
Hi all you helpful people!
I'm sure the information I need is somewhere in these pages already but despite searching I didn't find it.
I migrated my Classic library to CC and all went well. I kept my Classic photos on a second drive (well backed up of course), but CC just put them on my first...
Here's the question:
If I delete a previous import that I had done as a "move" import, will those photos go BACK to the folders they were in on my external hard drive? That's what I NEED them to do.
Here's the story:
I should have hit "add to catalog." Instead, I did "move." Now I have...
Hello I have a question,
I had a collection of photos in a catalogue. I wanted to make a new catalogue so I did did an import / move. However this did not bring over the edit history? So they are just the raw cr2s.
How can I recover this?
I hate to keep betraying my ignorance. But I want to make sure I do it right. I recently migrated to a Mac Pro OS Sierra to a HP Workstation Windows 10 Pro. My Lightroom catalogs currently live in the default Pictures folder on Drive C: I would like to move them do Drive E. Is there a simple...
Currently I seem to be unable to select and drag photos into folders – part of my normal organisation process. Sometimes when I try to drag them they rotate instead (I can undo that at least), but more typically I just end up with one photo selected instead of the whole bunch and I cannot even...
Here's how to reproduce (Library module):
1. Change the View Options if necessary in order to add the folder name to the thumbnail in Grid View.
2. Drag and Drop an image to another folder.
3. Select the target folder.
4. The thumbnail of the newly added image still displays the folder...