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Today’s video will show you how to merge Lightroom catalogs into one MASTER lightroom catalog.

Watch the video to get the full tutorial on how to merge Lightroom catalogs and an effective catalog workflow system for managing your files.

When I first started organizing my files in Lightroom, it seemed to make sense to have a Lightroom catalog for each photo shoot, however that becomes really annoying when you have to close out your catalog in order to access images from a different shoot. It also makes it a lot easier to have all of your images in one place for things like editing for a portfolio or website. You want to have all of your images in one place, so you know what you have to work with.

I have included a very handy checklist below with my exact step-by-step process for building a photography portfolio or photography website.

Be sure to download that to help you build yours effectively.

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I hope you found the tutorial on how to merge Lightroom catalogs useful for setting up your Lightroom workflow.

I would love to hear about your experience building a portfolio. What are some things you struggle with when it comes to putting it together? Let me know in the comments below.

You might also enjoy the following three FREE resources:

Find out what is stock photography and if it is a viable business model for photographers.

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Learn about pricing photography. Image usage vs. day rate. When to use which one.

If you haven’t yet joined  Photo Insighters free group on Facebook, then what are you waiting for? Head on over there now to mingle with other photographers and get some more free live training on commercial photography. See you over there.

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