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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .