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  1. Sees The Day

    Round Trip to Lightroom Mobile

    any chance , architecturally, to make that a feature request? Thanks for your response!!! Michael
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    Round Trip to Lightroom Mobile

    Well, after I "Share it" back to Lightroom Mobile, the application focus goes back to Lightroom. I would then have to go BACK to Affinity, close out the screen, and then go BACK to Lightroom in order for Affinity to be "ready" for the next image I send to it from Lightroom. It would be a GREAT option , when sharing to another application, to "share and close" so I didn't have prep Affinity for the next time I sent it an image. Thanks for any support with this you can provide.
  3. Sees The Day

    Round Trip to Lightroom Mobile

    ??????? Anyone there???????
  4. Sees The Day

    Round Trip to Lightroom Mobile

    Sorry, the images are out of order . (they are shown as 1, 3, 2, 4) Any info/response would be greatly appreciated.
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    Round Trip to Lightroom Mobile

    So, amazingly, I’m just getting to this now. That does work, however, when I decide to edit another photo , from Lightroom mobile to affinity photo, it doesn’t work at first because affinity is still on the export screen. So, I have to “cancel” the export, go BACK to Lightroom mobile, and do an “open in” for the 2nd time, and choose affinity photo to get it there. Photoshop Fix app has a handy “save and return to Lightroom” bar at the top. Any chance of implementing something like that so make the round trip cleaner? Or, is there a way around the current issue that I'm describing? Thanks so much for the help!
  6. Just got an iPad Pro and my FIRST purchase was Affinity photo to go along with my Lightroom Mobile. I can use Lightroom and then “Open In” and send it to Affinity, but I have no idea how to send it “back” to lightroom along side the original in the catalog? Photoshop Mix and other applications have a “save back to Lightroom” option. As far as I can see, it takes it to Affinity, but it doesn't put it back in the lightroom catalog? Is that correct? Thanks!
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    Lightroom Mobile to Affinity Round Trip

    Can someone please respond to my last comment???? But as an "export", I would then have to "import" it into Lightroom Mobile. Other applications automatically add it back to the lightroom catalog next to the original. Is this not possible with Affinity mobile? Having to "reimport" it to the catalog after every edit would be really inconvenient.
  8. Sees The Day

    Lightroom Mobile to Affinity Round Trip

    Am I correct in this???? But as an "export", I would then have to "import" it into Lightroom Mobile. Other applications automatically add it back to the lightroom catalog next to the original. Is this not possible with Affinity mobile? Having to "reimport" it to the catalog after every edit would be really inconvenient.
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    Lightroom Mobile to Affinity Round Trip

    But as an "export", I would then have to "import" it into Lightroom Mobile. Other applications automatically add it back to the lightroom catalog next to the original. Is this not possible with Affinity mobile? Having to "reimport" it to the catalog after every edit would be really inconvenient.
  10. just got an iPad Pro and my FIRST purchase was Affinity photo to go along with my Lightroom Mobile. I can use Lightroom and then “Open In” and send it to Affinity, but I have no idea how to send it “back” to lightroom along side the original in the catalog? Photoshop Mix and other applications have a “save back to Lightroom” option. Please tell me if there is a way . Without it, it is fairly useless to have images scattered all over the place. Thanks!
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