Add a Top Level Folder to your Lightroom Catalog
In last week’s tutorial, we looked at some easy ways to migrate a Lightroom catalog between machines, and one of the key tips was keeping your image folders organized under a single top level folder.
But, what if your catalog is already disorganized, with many top level folders instead of one? Watch today’s video for a quick tip on including upper level folders in your catalog structure.
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Wouldn’t it be easier to right-click on one of the folders and choose “Add Parent Folder”?
Armando, right you are! Don’t know how I overlooked that, I’ve been teaching the import-image method since LR1 so this must have come in under the radar. Thanks for pointing that out!