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Using Photo Mechanic with Lightroom
Frank Niemeir, Photographer
Woodstock | GA | usa | Posted: 12:50 PM on 12.22.12
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Andrew Richardson, Photographer
Houston | TX | USA | Posted: 12:05 PM on 12.23.12
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Paul Walsh, Photographer
Meakstown | Dublin | Ireland | Posted: 7:15 AM on 12.31.12
->> Very useful. I especially like the Lightroom Killer Tips site one.

For my sports, I use PhotoMechanic. But, when I get home, I load everything in to Lightroom, which I use to catalog my images, and also build my web galleries.

This has now given me ideas on how I can speed up my workflow.

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Victor Biro, Photographer
Toronto | ON | Canada | Posted: 12:10 PM on 12.31.12
->> Hi,

I got a lot out of a couple of Dan Carr's videos on his YouTube channel. Specifically:

This one on setting them up to work together:

The Ingest tutorial:

And something that is really helpful for doing selective ingest:

He collected them in a playlist at:
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