This is the fourth episode of a new series where I give a single, quick Lightroom tip.
Ok, I probably should have done this in my Learn Lightroom 5 series because this video turned out to be a bit longer than I intend the videos to be for Lightroom Quick Tips but here it is nonetheless.
Many of us keep our main Lightroom Library on our desktop — Often though, we take our laptop on vacation or on location and edit images in Lightroom on the laptop. Have you ever wondered how to get the edited images off of the laptop and into our main library on our desktop? Well, I explain how it’s done in this video.
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Great Video and very instructive. Thank you. If I understood you copied the catalog files from one catalog to another. What did you do with the original photos? Transfer them also to your hard drive?
I am truly thankful I found your Youtube channel I am new to taking photos with a DSLR and new to Lightroom Your Quicktips and other videos are very helpful! Great Job!
These videos are wonderful, clear, succinct and very helpful.. thank you. question on this one:"Sharing from Laptop to Desktop: if we already worked on the files we could just export and copy to desktop. is this just so we can edit more if we'd like to, in Lightroom, and/or to have in our catalogue to have and/or to edit in the future?
Super helpful series. I was doing just that today -working on laptop on a few images, wondering how I could get them back onto my "mother ship" machine intact, and voila this video walked me through it.
So I assume in this scenario that you have LR on both machines and you have a catalog for travel?
Thanks for the video. I just subscribed! We keep our photos on our NAS. Is there a workflow method for that? Can two different computers share a catalog?
Where did all your pictures go once you imported the new catalog
LR from labtop to pc
Easy to listen to, clear step by step process and helpful to beginners especially, but good reminders for those of us who forgot or overlooked these tips. Thanks for taking your time to help the community. Now subscribed.
I like your quick tips tutorial, not too much to takes in on each episode. Thank you very much.
Great tutorials!!!!!! I have been using Lightroom for about 6 months and just started watching these tutorials. So far they are really adding to my knowledge of LTR. Thanks 🙂
Thank u Anthony, i learn from u a lot
your time in making these video's has my gratitude , and is very much appreciated , Regards , Jim , from Scotland . 🙂
Great video. Thanks!
I feel stupid, but did you have to purchase two Lightroom programs to have it on both your laptop and your desktop?
Great Video Thanks
Thank you Anthony
Thanks for the tips Anthony – really useful.
Anthony, your videos are the most helpful, explanatory I've ever viewed! Thank you for sharing your knowledge!
Thanks for the tip !
but what about using a network cable or WIFI instead of an external HD or USB key ?
it would be much faster, especially if you took a lot of photos.