The Adobe Lightroom Catalog/ s How they work How to use the one you made for this class. The Catalog. The Catalog is Lightroom’s main application for organizing and storing your Image files and edits.
The Adobe Lightroom Catalog/s
How they work
How to use the one you made for this class
When you work on your images in the SCC Photo Lab, you must be sure your are working in
your personal catalog.
If you sit down in the lab, turn on the computer, and launch Lightroom, you are working in
The labs default Lightroom Catalog, not your personal one.
DO NOT LAUNCH LIGHTROOM FROM THE DOCK OR FROM APPLICATIONS
ALWAYS OPEN LIGHTROOM FROM YOUR EXTERNAL DRIVE
Navigate to your Catalog file
Chose the file containing Yourname+Cat.lrcat
Double click on icon or file name
IMPORTANT: During the import of images into Lightroom, place image files
into the “Yourname+picture” folder (“Source” top right) and into a subfolder describing
the images, i.e. #1 Abstracts (Destination Panel>check Into Subfolder> Into one folder.
Lightroom knows where to find these images files. If you move them, Lightroom
Will not know where they are and you will have to redirect Lightroom to them.
If you move your picture files, delete your pictures files,
or open Lightroom without the drive containing your files
You will see “?” + “… offline or missing”
Click on the question mark
Click the “Locate”
And use the finder window
To tell LR where the images