Your original edits of the original photos should still be in the Lightroom Library module. You shouldn't have to re-adjust the images.
Resized is not the same as cropped. Which is it?
What do you mean by "corrupted"?
Thanks for replying.
I guess "corrupted" isn't the correct term to use. The problem is that I have been editing photos in Lightroom (well over a 1,000) and then put them in two collections, one called Birds (300+ images) and the other Dragonflies (1000+ images). I then uploaded these collections to Adobe-Lightroom so that I can view them online. However, when I view the Dragonfly collection, either online or in Lightroom, they have all changed, having all been cropped beyond recognition. What I want to know is, 1) has anyone experienced this problem before and 2) is there a way of recovering the photos with all the edits that I have painstakingly made over the past few weeks. I can go through the photos one by one and change the crop so that they appear fine but there are over a 1,000 images and it would take several weeks to go through them again.
Since they appear the same in their exported and LR state I'd assume that the error occurred before/whilst exporting. Presumably whilst all selected for the export.
I don't think it can be easily batch undone but if you go through the images one by one and look at the History panel in the Develop Window you'll probably see "Crop Window" as the last step. Clicking on the previous step in the list will return each image to the state before the application of the erroneous crop. Obviously you'll need to re-export to replace the incorrectly cropped copies at Adobe.com. It may be possible that you could write a script to carry it out for you but my Lua scripting is a couple of years out of practise so I'm not sure.
is there a way of recovering the photos with all the edits that I have painstakingly made over the past few weeks
These should all still be in the Lightroom catalog. If you view the photos in Lightroom, do they show the edits, or not?