Catalog



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How To Move Lightroom To Another Computer (and not get burned!)




Last week, we discussed the options for fixing mistakes using Undo, History and restoring an entire backup catalog. But what if you only want to restore part of the backup catalog? Perhaps you accidentally synchronized Develop settings across a folder of photos, or you accidentally removed specific photos from your catalog. If you’ve worked on other photos… Click to continue

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How do I restore some of the photos from my backup catalog?


Many photographers today are working between multiple computers, for example, a laptop and a desktop. Lightroom can be activated on two computers at a time, but accessing your catalog from both machines isn’t quite so simple as Lightroom isn’t designed for multi-user or network use. I’ve broken it down into six main options, each with their own variations. The… Click to continue

How do I use my Lightroom catalog on multiple computers?





Phil Burton asked an excellent question on the forum today. He noted that there are numerous catalog corruption threads, and asked “what tends to cause catalog corruption?” and “how can we prevent or minimize this corruption?” Phil’s right, there are a lot of threads about corrupted Lightroom catalogs. So does this mean your catalog is likely to… Click to continue

Catalog corruption – how does it happen and can it be prevented?