Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is now Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, with the same functionality and features. If you're looking for the all-new photography service, check out Lightroom CC.
Add your photos to Lightroom and get set up to enjoy your photography anywhere, on all your devices. Here's how!
In Lightroom CC, view and organize your photos in the Library module.
Click Import in the lower-left corner. If you don't see the Import button, make sure you are in the Library module.
The Import window will open.
Locate photos to import in the Source panel on the left of the Import window. At the center-top choose Add to import photos from a computer or drive, or Copy to import photos from a camera memory card.
Choose import options on the right. When you import from a camera memory card you'll see more options, including Destination settings for choosing the location to which Lightroom copies photos during import.
Click Import at the bottom-right to import the checked photos and automatically return to the Library module.
Note: For more detail on the import experience, see Easily import photos.
A collection is a simple way to organize your photos—like a photo album. To access your photos on all your devices, add them to a collection.
In the left panel of the Library module click the New Collection icon (+) and choose Create Collection. In the Create Collection window make sure:
- "Include selected photos" is not checked (you'll add them next)
- "Sync with Lightroom on mobile" is checked (so your photos will be available on all your devices)
Click Create in the Create Collection window.
Drag from the center of a photo and drop it in your new collection in the Collections panel on the left.
You can add multiple photos at once by selecting them and then dragging from the center of one.
Your collection automatically syncs, so your photos are available to organize, edit, and share from all your devices.