Video Tutorial : Search For A Photograph Thru Multiple Lightroom Classic Catalogs Using Windows Powershell

A customer placed an order for a photograph I shot a few years ago, however, it wasn’t in the Lightroom catalog I expected it to be, therefore I decided to find a way to easily search through multiple Lightroom catalogs for a photo with one simple command. Windows PowerShell was the simple answer!

As referenced in the video, the PowerShell command you need to copy and paste is

Get-ChildItem -Recurse -depth 1 -include *.lrcat | Select-String “FILENAME HERE” -List | Select Path.

{Remember to watch in HD if possible}


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Introduction To Focus Stacking

I’m aware that I’ve not created any “How To” videos for a while and it’s something I hope to spend a little more time over the coming weeks and the first will be discussing Focus Stacking.

As a quick introduction, take a look at the two photos below and you maybe shocked to learn that they are both taken with identical exposure settings.

Aperture f/8 : Shutter 1 second : ISO 64 (Nikon with AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8E @ 44mm)

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