Posts tagged with Backup
It’s amazing how often some Lightroom users still assert that a disadvantage of the DNG file format is that any time the metadata changes in the DNG file, you have to backup the whole DNG file again (and again). This isn’t a disadvantage of DNG – it’s a failure to re-assess and think through your backup strategy.
So as it’s now . . .
Why does the second copy upon import go into a folder called “Imported on November-11-13” and not into a folder named to match the folder on the hard disk that was set as the Destination for the import?
David Marx’s Professional-Grade Backup Plans is worth reading.
My one point of minor difference is that people spend too much time thinking about their backups, making sure everything is backed up – but don’t spend time ensuring they know how to use their backup software’s restore features.
Too often people only try to figure out how to restore data when they’ve just . . .
If you save metadata back to a DNG, doesn’t it mean that every time a change is made the whole large file needs to be backed up?
Not really. It obviously makes no sense to keep backing up big DNG files after every change, but that’s a straw man argument against the format. Instead you simply backup the DNGs upon their . . .
There’s a funny bug in Lightroom on Windows when you try and select a folder or drive:
When I try to export a selection of images from LR using Specific Folder (or choose folder later) the only available location that shows up in the hierarchy is my Desktop. No other folders/drives are visible. I had this problem once before and managed . . .