Whilst Lightroom is a pretty good program for managing large amounts of images there are certain “quirks” that can cause real problems.
On of the biggest problems comes from mistaking images that are either “deselected”, “selected” or “most selected”.
You can work on more than one image at once, you can tell when one or more images are selected because their colour surround changes to a slightly different shade of grey, if you get these mixed up (easy to do!) you can lose a lot of work.
I helped a client via the Mac screen sharing app this Sunday to help retrieve a book he had been working on for many hours, without the 15 minute intervention he may have faced many hours of work to recover. Fortunately I had set him up to make sure he saved backup copies of his Lightroom catalog as well as have a time machine drive attached at all times, this belt and braces approach makes for a much better ability to recover from a bad situation.
If you have hit a major problem or just want help in setting things up correctly then get in contact with me and we can sort it together.
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