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Importing photos to Lightroom on iOS will soon be less of a pain

[2019.11.13, Wed 19:05] Importing photos from a camera to Lightroom on an iPhone or iPad requires two imports - one to the Camera Roll, and one to Lightroom itself. With an upcoming update to Lightroom CC, mobile imports will soon be less of a pain. In a sneak peek shared on November 13, Adobe Lightroom product manager Tom Hogarty shared a look at a streamlined import process coming soon to iOS. Currently, images need to be imported to the Camera Roll before being added to a Lightroom catalog. Besides making the import process twice as long, that extra step also means those files take up valuable data space in two places if you don't go back into the Camera Roll to delete the imported files. With iOS 13.2 and an upcoming release of Lightroom CC, users will only have to import photos from an SD card once, without taking up space on the Camera Roll. Like when importing images from the Camera Roll, which is still available for photos shot with the iOS device itself, those photos are then stored in the Creative Cloud to access for any device. Adobe says that the streamlined importing for iOS is coming to Lightroom CC before the end of the year.
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