I have the same problem, but I can't find the old LR catalogue in my back up and I'm not sure I can access the old PC (dodgy hard drive - the reason why I replaced it).
Do you know where LR normally stores the catalogue?
Looking for suggestions for a bag (probably doesn't exist!) which allows safe storage of my Nikon D810 and Nikon 18-105mm lens, but also has plenty of space for personal stuff (guide book, notebook, bottle of water, passport and stuff).
I ordered the Lowepro Photo Hatchback 22l AW, but found...
I understand from Adobe now that you can only re-sort a single catalogue to the old folder structure manually, there's not automated way of doing that. The only way of retaining the folder structure from which you import is to use the Add instruction when importing, rather than Copy...
Thanks for the link, droj. This article seems to presupposes that you set the folders up properly before you import. The problem I have is how to sort my 25k+ pics retrospectively :(
Thanks for the advice Brian G.
1) As mentioned in my reply to droj above, I have about 25k+ pics that need...
I have a couple of questions about using LR5 which I would be grateful for some advice on.
1) I need to sort out my photographs but note that when I have imported into LR5 pictures in folders from one of my other drives, LR5 has not kept the folder name. My drive folders are organised by year...
Thanks for your thoughtful comments. The peppers were on a market stall, so couldn't really get my knife out to trim off the manky bits!
Thanks. In the Architectural shot, the wind was blowing the sign which is why it's at an angle.
Week 27 - Loud
Jumped a week, will have to come back to Yum. Just managing to stay in here with everything else going on. Apologies for not commenting on everyone's pics - not expecting any comments back.
Loud by carthurjohn, on Flickr
Thanks Lynn. Must be my eyes then. I thougth it was straight - and had even straightened it up in LR!
Yes, must be me then!
Thanks for looking.
Thanks for your comments Mandy.
Thanks for the kind words.