If you photograph with your camera’s settings to “Raw+JPEG”, and output both a Raw and JPEG file for each image, then there is a setting in Lightroom that you may be interested in. You can either keep these files together (so they are treated as one Raw file), or separate them so that they appear individually.


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If you photograph with your camera’s settings to “Raw+JPEG”, and output both a Raw and JPEG file for each image, then there is a setting in Lightroom that you may be interested in. You can either keep these files together (so they are treated as one Raw file), or separate them so that they appear individually.


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Want to learn more about Lightroom?

Join my FREE full-featured course — Lightroom: Two Minute Tips

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Nicole S. Young is a photographer, published author, and educator specializing in Lightroom, Photoshop, and photography. She is best known for her books on food photography but is widely versed in various photographic genres, including landscape, nature, stock, travel, and lifestyle.

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