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Lightroom Quick Tip

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Lightroom Quick Tip on Folders and Collections?

Lightroom provides various ways of organizing pictures. This variety causes some confusion. Here is a quick clarification for you.

Lightroom Folder Tip

Lightroom Folders are the actual location of an image in the hard drive. Therefore, a photo resides inside a particular folder. If you need to have a picture in several folders, you need to copy the photo, which results in having multiple copies of an image.

Lightroom Collection Tip

On the other hand, Collections are Virtual location of pictures, which means an image can remain in several Collections, without being copied.

Here you have it; a short and quick explanation of these two powerful Lightroom Organizing methods.  

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