Photography Tip 18 - Restoring Lightroom

March 19, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

Hey Photographers!

Welcome to this mini photography tip to help you with your camera and to get better photos!

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Click on the photo above to watch the video tip!

This photography tip is about restoring Lightroom with a good catalogue file. For this one I have done an instructional video for you to watch and see the whole process.

This blog post and video was prompted by a real life scenario I had this morning where my main Lightroom catalogue file was corrupt and I couldn't open it. This a BIG issue as it contained all my photo edits for the last 7 years!!

The repair process in Lightroom would not work either, but luckily I was able to quickly get back up and running again with a backup file.

It shows the importance of having things backed up and being prepared for these types of things to happen. I hope it never happens to you but sit back, watch the video and then make sure you are setup and prepared for if it ever does.

As usual, I am always happy to help out so if you have any issues just get in touch.


I hope you enjoyed this photography tip. Feel free to ask any questions by sending me a message on social media or by EMAIL.

Till next time, happy shooting.




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