My Complete Lightroom Workflow for Food Photography

  1. Abi says:

    Hello Fanette!
    The Lightroom workflow is super helpful and much needed for me now. Thanks for sharing it and I LOVED YOUR NEW STYLE of editing!

    • Fanette Rickert says:

      Thank you so much Abi, I am so glad this was helpful!! And thank you so much for your kind words! I must say that I love it more than I thought! 🙂

  2. malena says:

    Excellent Fanette,
    I liked the clarity of the glass. taking photos of glasses is hard.

  3. Katia says:

    Love this post… Its reassuring that I do a similar thing. I love what you suggest about separate catalogues. Can you recommend a resource to learn more about doing this , also about libraries and how to keep files organised. I have a total mess and occasionally i cant find my edits… so if you can suggest where to learn more about organising files and catalogues in LR – that would be supar

    • Fanette Rickert says:

      Hi Katia! Thank you for letting me know you enjoyed this post! I don’t have a recommendation about libraries and file organization but I can add it to the list of upcoming blog posts, that’s a good idea! Thank you so much!

  4. Sydney says:

    Hi Fanette!

    What do you mean when you say that you “create” .xmp files in your catalogs? Aren’t they automatically created and saved when you perform edits on your photos in a catalog? Or are you also creating virtual copies?

    Thank you so much!

    • Fanette Rickert says:

      Hi Sydney!
      Thank you for your question. You are correct, they are automatically created, although you have to enable the feature in Lightroom. which is what I meant 🙂
      I hope that answers your question, have a wonderful day!

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