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Mon Oct 12 23:09:21 EDT 2009
Bob, will this work: In Library Module, click on the -/+ by folders and
make a new folder. I just did this and I called it 2009 Keepers. Now go
through your pics and drag your "keepers" to the new folder you just made
called 2009 Keepers. You will get a dialogue box that says Moving a Photo
on a Disk, and then click move. Now you have a folder of 2009 Keepers.
Delete the *non-keeper photos,* which are stored on back-up anyway, if I
understand you correctly. I don't know if that helps, but I gave it the
old one two. :-) Cheers, Christine
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Sullivan" <rf.sullivan at gmail.com>
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Sent: Sunday, October 11, 2009 1:25 PM
Subject: Re: Lightroom question
I'm looking for a good way to keep the shots or copies up on the
laptop after I roll the originals off the laptop and into back=up
storage. This keeps me from fumbling around with extra drives all the
Regards, Bob S.
On Sun, Oct 11, 2009 at 1:07 PM, Paul Sorenson <allaround6 at earthlink.net>
> Bob -
> See my answer to Larry - I think that answers your question, too. Adding
> those files to a Collection just tags them in a database so you're not
> keeping an additional actual image file.
> Bob Sullivan wrote:
>> OK, Here's a question.
>> In Photoshop Elements 5.0 I kept/keep a file of 2008 best and 2009 best
>> 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
>> 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.
>> On Sun, Oct 11, 2009 at 11:49 AM, Charles Robinson <charlesr at visi.com>
>>> On Oct 11, 2009, at 11:40, Larry Colen wrote:
>>>> I've got a job Tuesday night taking photos at a charity event. As part
>>>> of this job, I'm going to need to get them printed.
>>> I didn't see a question...?
>>> Charles Robinson - charlesr at visi.com
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