• Welcome to the Lightroom Queen Forums! We're a friendly bunch, so please feel free to register and join in the conversation. If you're not familiar with forums, you'll find step by step instructions on how to post your first thread under Help at the bottom of the page. You're also welcome to download our free Lightroom Quick Start eBooks and explore our other FAQ resources.
  • Are you using the cloud-based Lightroom apps for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Apple TV and Web? Then you'll love my new book, Adobe Lightroom - Edit Like a Pro!

    You'll learn how to use the Lightroom cloud ecosystem to organize, edit and share your photos. You'll also come to understand the thought processes used by professional photographers when they're editing their own photos, so you can transform your photos quickly and easily. And better still, the eBooks are updated for every release, so it's always up to date.
  • It's Lightroom update time again, and wow, the new Masking tools are a game-changer! See this blog post for Lightroom Classic and this blog post for the Lightroom Cloud Ecosystem changes.

Will medita changes im make in LR Classic offline sync up to LR cloudy when I get back online?

Mar 2, 2021
Somerville, MA. USA
Lightroom Experience
Lightroom Version
Actually my sync question is more complicated than I first posed it. my wife does some preprocessing on her computer with LR Cloudy. The photos she is working with come from synced LR Classic collections on my computer. This usually works fine. I found that I somehow deleted some keywords on al large number of images from the catalogue. I was moving some keywords in my hierarchy. I want to go back to my previous backup from two days ago. Unfortunately my wife has done work in her collections during those dayss. Now we have work in LR that we want to save and other work in LRC that we need to recover.

Is there a way to keep the work my wife has done so it will sync to LRC after I come back online with the older backup version of my catalogue. Her collections are in that backup, but without her recent work.