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Understanding the Role of the Folders Panel: Part 2

Continuing on from last week’s part 1 about the Folders panel … Find Your Folders and Photos on Disk It is very important for all Lightroom users to know how to find exactly where a given folder or photo resides on your drive from inside Lightroom. There are a few ways to identify where your […] The post Understanding the Role of the Folders Panel: Part 2 appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.
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