It’s that time again. It’s been about 8-months since our last “Back-up Your Lightroom Classic Catalog” day, so you may be well overdue for a backup (if you’re not already doing it on a regular basis, and best as I can tell, most of us aren’t). Let’s wrap up this summer knowing that we backed up our Lightroom Classic catalog and we’ll all be sleeping better tonight for it.
While the process of backing up your catalog is easy, first you might want to know why you need to backup your Lightroom catalog and then how to do it, step-by-step. So, first read this below from my other blog, LightroomKillerTips.com:
After reading that, you might ask, “Where should that backup be stored?” So, read this:
OK, that’s the plan — stop what you’re doing; backup that Lightroom Classic catalog, and wrap up this summer off like a boss!
The Landscape Conference is less than one month away!
It’s an all online, two-day, two track live learning event, and it’s going to be incredible! If you haven’t heard about it, check out the video below (high-five to our own Juan Alfonso who did a brilliant job creating it and really capturing the vibe and feeling of what we’re doing). Tickets and details at this link.
Have a great backed-up feelin’ weekend, and we’ll catch ya back here on Monday (well, that’s what I’m hoping, anyway)! :)
P.S. If you’re already backing up your catalog on a regular basis, then check my post today about freeing up a bunch of space by throwing your old, outdated catalog backups away. Here’s that link.