Wow, 200 episodes!
This week, a great post on being true to your own vision, and why the journey of your photography career is a lot like a bus route,
(unfortunately, it appears that this link is already broken, even before I get this episode up, so it’s a good thing I summarised the theory in the podcast!),
Susan Menis wrote in to congratulate me on the milestone (thanks, Susan),
Kain Tietzel is moving from iPhoto to LR and now has to tackle the daunting task of setting up good workflow practices for 12,000+ images (good luck with that, mate!).
So, I look at some basics of database management within Lightroom, including
* where to set up your catalogues,
* whether to use one or multiple catalogues,
* and heirachial keyword topographies.
Nathan Chilton also gave us another Lightroom tip, in the form of how to sync the images from a ‘one shoot, multiple cameras’ scenario AFTER the fact. His description of the process is here.
Which led me to share an idea I’d had on how to make sure you COULD get all photos in sync later on.
A quick note that I’ll be away on holidays next week, so there won’t be a podcast next week.
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