If you are using lightroom on more than one computer, say a laptop and a desktop, or perhaps you have an assistant to does some of your post processing work, or you have outsourced your post processing to Shoot Dot Edit, you will find that knowing how to share, transfer and sync Lightroom Catalogs as well as image XMP data will be invaluable. Most often, I am using this feature to take a little work with me on my laptop as I am traveling to teach a workshop. But many of you will also find this lesson useful in outsourcing your work to someone like Shoot Dot Edit.
To learn more about the best workflow methods and Adobe Lightroom, go to www.jaredplatt.com. Watch for the Adobe Lightroom Workflow Workshop Tour coming to your city in the late summer and throughout the fall.
Written by Jared Platt
Jared is a professional photographer and photographic educator. He studied photography at Arizona State University where he earned his undergraduate and masters degrees in Photography. He teaches college photography courses as well as workshops for professional photographers and provides online education for photographers and photo enthusiast throughout the world.
Look for more Lightroom Tutorials from Jared on the Pictage Blog every other Tuesday from here on out!