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Lightroom Reverts To Old Version for Older Photos


New Member
Jun 24, 2019
Lightroom Version
CC Classic
Operating System
Windows 10
I have a bunch of photos on a hard drive that I had originally imported into LR. | am now importing them into the current LR (Long story why) and have just noticed that if I go to edit them, I get an older version of LR editing options. e.g., There is a slider for fill light. Any idea why this is happening and how I could prevent it so that I can edit these photos with the latest LR?

Much thanks