Lightroom tip: Reassign JPG to RAW files

Adobe Lightroom can handle JPG files that belong to RAW files when working on the filesystem. This is useful when you set up the camera to store RAW and JPG files with each photo you take. Doing so, Lightroom can delete the JPGs that belong to pictures when you delete pictures or move them to the destination folder when moving the RAW file via Lightroom.

But what, when you’ve done the import on a directory where only the RAW files were stored and the JPG were in an other folder?

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