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Lightroom uses a SQLite database to hold its keyword information. SQLite does have size limits, but they are so high that it simply isn't worth worrying about them. You can have zillions of keywords in your catalog. HOWEVER. It is not only possible to make Lightroom slow to a crawl, I can do it at will. Heavy keyword use is one of the easiest and most ...


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Maybe a combination of Keywords and Colors (or Keywords and Ratings) might work if Lightroom's keyword support falls short. For example, you could set up your smart collection to match all the conditions, with the conditions including a Keyword of _shutterstock and a Color of green for accepted. YMMV depending on whether you already have other uses for ...



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