Join Theresa Jackson for an in-depth discussion in this video Where are my photos in Lightroom Classic?, part of Learning the Lightroom Ecosystem.
- [Instructor] If you chose Lightroom Classic … for your desktop application, … then your photos are on a local hard drive. … Images in a classic catalog must be on a local hard drive. … The process of importing simply points Lightroom … to the location of the photos. … I'm in the library module here … and on the left-hand side, we see a panel for folders … and these are the folders that are on my drive. … This is essentially just a window to my hard drive. … We can see the name of the hard drive, … the travel photos folder … and then folders nested within that. … Let me show you a shortcut … of how you can jump out from Lightroom to the hard drive … to find the location of that. … I'll do a right click … or a control click on an image in the grid here … and then go to show in finder because I'm on a Mac. … If you're on a windows machine, … that will say show in Explorer. … And this jumps out to the finder … and takes us to the location of that image. … This particular image was one of the ones …
- What is the Lightroom ecosystem?
- Managing image files
- Managing the ecosystem with Lightroom on the web
- Avoiding accidental deletion of your photos
- Syncing Lightroom Classic with the Lightroom ecosystem
- Benefits of the Lightroom mobile app
- Editing in Lightroom
- Sharing and publishing web galleries
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Managing Image Files
3. Sync Lightroom Classic with Lightroom CC Ecosystem
4. Lightroom Mobile Photography
5. Image Editing
6. Sharing and Publishing Web Galleries
Lightroom public sharing3m 30s
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