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Multiple photo editing

blondiegernertt

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May 4, 2019
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Lightroom Version
3.3
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Windows 10
Hi!

Just download the Lightroom 3.3 version and trying to figure it out. I was using Lightroom 6 but computer crashed. So now I have to figure out the new version I download from adobe.
How do I apply the same edit from 1 photo to many?

Renee’
 
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Canada
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You probably wanted to install Lightroom Classic, not Lightroom.

Lightroom Classic is a direct descendant of Lightroom 6, and will work the same way. You're another victim of Adobe's inability to name the product in a way that isn't confusing. If you are subscribing to the Photography Plan, you can download LrC and run that against your old catalogue.
 

blondiegernertt

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You probably wanted to install Lightroom Classic, not Lightroom.

Lightroom Classic is a direct descendant of Lightroom 6, and will work the same way. You're another victim of Adobe's inability to name the product in a way that isn't confusing. If you are subscribing to the Photography Plan, you can download LrC and run that against your old catalogue.
Thank you so much. I will download LrC tonight.
 
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