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The Best, Simple Photo Storage, Editing, and Backup Workflow | Lightroom





I was recently asked about my post-production photo storage, editing, and backup workflow and this seems like a good time to talk about that. I mostly use adobe lightroom to import, organize and edit my photos and I’ll export to an external hard drive and copy edited files to OneDrive.

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4 thoughts on “The Best, Simple Photo Storage, Editing, and Backup Workflow | Lightroom”

  1. Drew Eden says:

    Thanks for this Liam, I usually just import all JPG and RAW files but I think I'll change that after watching this. I use a 6GB Lacie external drive, sounds a lot but you can fill that quickly. I have photos going back quite a few years.

  2. Thomas Hutin says:

    So if I understand, you don't use the Catalog system in Lightroom ? You simply import your photo shoot from your SD card to your whatever stock device, am I right ?

  3. J P says:

    Thank you very much Liam.
    I like the idea and the simplicity of the folder structure.
    Also the cloud storage for only the exported files is a good idea.

    All the best and stay healthy.

  4. Just visiting strangers houses all day because I’m considered essential by the government :/

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