Steve F Posted October 15, 2022 Share Posted October 15, 2022 (edited) Hi all, So I'm pretty sure I'm organising my photos in totally the wrong way and I'm hoping someone can correct me! I've got one folder with sub folders for raw files, on my C drive. And one folder with sub folders for JPEGs. The number of sub folders is starting to multiply - I have e.g. plants and gardens, technology, miscellaneous, wildlife, England, Austria, Italy... I back up everything from time to time on two SSDs. It feels like it's all starting to become a bit unwieldy. I'm aware that you can group photos in Lightroom into collections, but I use this rarely. It's also annoying when I'm importing into Lightroom as I'm trying to do multiple imports of raw files off the same camera card and sticking them in the 'right' raw file sub folder. One change that I've made in the last couple of years is that I only have one Lightroom catalogue that I add to now. I used to have multiple catalogues that matched my themed sub folders (pretty inefficient I guess). I'd appreciate any tips and suggestions 🙂 Stephen Edited October 15, 2022 by Steve F 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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