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How to add a single photo to a folder in LR (refuses to work)

Participant ,
Oct 05, 2022 Oct 05, 2022

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How can I add a single photo to a folder?

 

I already tried right clicking and choosing "import to this folder" but the stupid thing creates a sub folder and puts a single image into the subfolder which is massively annoying.

 

It does that even when create subfolder is unchecked. I just want to add a single photo into the exact same folder i previously created along with my other photos.

I'm currently on 11.5

Windows 64 

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LEGEND , Oct 05, 2022 Oct 05, 2022

See the documentation, item 5, in the destination panel, next to Organize, choose to put photos into a folder.

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See the documentation, item 5, in the destination panel, next to Organize, choose to put photos into a folder.

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After a few attempts I got it to work!!

I did actually read that section but I thought the import to folder should have been self-explanory.

Thanks for the help. 

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