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Nov 21, 2015 12:28 |  #1

Ok so Im kind of a noob when it comes to this kind of topics. I have Lightroom cc on my desktop (main editing station) and on my MBP but Im going to be the next couple of months going in and out from my office and I need to keep working on my stuff on the go. My question is, is it possible to pick up where I left in my laptop?

For example: I transfer a wedding to my desktop start editing them and later no matter where I go with my laptop I can resume the editing and vice versa.

If anyone have an answer for my question it would be great.

Thanks in advance and sorry for my bad english


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Nov 21, 2015 12:42 |  #2

yamatama wrote in post #17791723 (external link)
Ok so Im kind of a noob when it comes to this kind of topics. I have Lightroom cc on my desktop (main editing station) and on my MBP but Im going to be the next couple of months going in and out from my office and I need to keep working on my stuff on the go. My question is, is it possible to pick up where I left in my laptop?

For example: I transfer a wedding to my desktop start editing them and later no matter where I go with my laptop I can resume the editing and vice versa.

If anyone have an answer for my question it would be great.

Thanks in advance and sorry for my bad english

No idea what a MBP is, maybe a kind of laptop, but maybe you could do a remote connect with your laptop to your desktop with TeamViewer.


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Nov 21, 2015 12:44 |  #3

Archibald wrote in post #17791733 (external link)
No idea what a MBP is, maybe a kind of laptop, but maybe you could do a remote connect with your laptop to your desktop with TeamViewer.

Sorry Macbook Pro


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Nov 21, 2015 12:58 |  #4

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Sorry Macbook Pro

OK. TeamViewer is free. LogMeIn might be better, but is for pay.


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Nov 21, 2015 14:32 |  #5

I think the simple way would be to move your photos and Lightroom catalog to a portable hard drive. That's what I do and it works great. Every time you open the catalog you are where you left it last, no matter which computer you open it on. You do want to be sure you keep the portable drive backed up.


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