Transferring images with Lightroom on a Windows computer


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Transferring images with Lightroom on a Windows computer

I'm going to import some photos into Lightroom, and this is great because I get to show you the advantages of using a digital asset manager. We're on a Windows machine, and I am going to click Import to begin this process. The first thing that Lightroom will do is it will look and see if I have a card reader or a camera attached, and I do, and that's represented up here. In the middle here, we look at what the action is going to be. Do we want to copy? Do we want to copy as a DNG? Now if you're concerned about proprietary RAW formats, we have RAW images here, and you want to protect yourself by converting to an open standard format, then you can choose Copy as DNG, and Lightroom will take care to that on the fly.

In fact, let's do that. We will copy them as DNG. And then the next thing is, where do you want them to go? Do want them to go into your Pictures folder on your computer, or somewhere else? I want somewhere else, you may want them in your folder. So I am going ...

Transferring images with Lightroom on a Windows computer
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Transferring images with Lightroom on a Windows computer provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Organizing and Archiving Digital Photos

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Photography
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Aperture Lightroom
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