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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom (often referred to as LR) is one of several professional level photo editing and management tools. While previous versions were available for purchase, the latest versions are available by subscription to Adobe's Create Cloud suite of tools. The open source software package darktable is often suggested as a free alternative to Lightroom.

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I sometimes take long sequences of time lapse photos. Usually when I import these I want to do two things: Create a collection containing these images, so that I can conveniently batch-process them …
asked Feb 18 '17 by Nathaniel
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I have somehow managed to import a large number of images from my camera into Lightroom twice. I would like to know how to undo this, removing all the duplicate files. A previous question on a … similar topic is answered by a commercial plugin, but this seems like something that should be possible within Lightroom itself and I don't really want to install untrusted software or pay £8.50 to do such …
asked Oct 26 '16 by Nathaniel
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I'm a newish Lightroom user and my SD card is getting full, so I'd like to format it. However, before I do that, I want to back up my Lightroom library, including originals, edits, catalogue, etc. to … my external hard drive. How do I actually do that? The adobe help says Lightroom allows you to schedule regular catalog backups when you exit the software. Backups executed from Lightroom
asked Nov 12 '16 by Nathaniel
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One way is to set up "auto import", and then export photos into the auto-import folder. After exporting the picture, Lightroom will see a new jpg and import it, and then you can delete the original … . To set this up, first create a folder in a convenient location for your jpg images. Don't put anything in it yet, because the folder has to be empty when you first add it. Then, in Lightroom, go to …
answered Nov 18 '16 by Nathaniel
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I realise the answer to this is probably "no", but it seems worth asking. Is there a way to affect the order in which the various processing steps are applied in Lightroom? And specifically, is there …
asked Dec 4 '16 by Nathaniel