Lightroom question

Bob Sullivan rf.sullivan at gmail.com
Mon Oct 12 10:24:03 EDT 2009


Marnie,
The problem is not getting them into a lightroom collection.
The problem is what happens when I roll the calandar quarter's worth
of pictures off of the laptop.
I will lose access to all my favorites for that time period.
Regards,  Bob S.

On Sun, Oct 11, 2009 at 10:43 PM,  <Eactivist at aol.com> wrote:
> In a message dated 10/11/2009 10:54:56 A.M.  Pacific Daylight Time,
> rf.sullivan at gmail.com writes:
> OK, Here's a  question.
> In Photoshop Elements 5.0 I kept/keep a file of 2008 best and 2009  best
> photos.
> That way, I can reference and print them without digging them  up.
> With the K-7, I've shifted to Lightroom 2.5.
> The laptop quickly fills  with new images, and I have to roll off past
> quarters.
> So how do I establish  a place where I can keep the best of 2009 around
> for a long time.
> Do I  copy my favorites to a separate folder?
> That's what I did in PS  Elements.
> Regards,  Bob S.
>
> ============
> Why not just grab them  into a LR collection? That way you don't have to
> copy them anywhere. They are  ready and available in a collection.
>
> Uh, how to do that, well, consult  Lightroom Help or something.
>
> Marnie :-)
>
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