First of all, I organize my catalog with many folders, it is just the way I started 2 years ago and see no reason to change.
The problem ---
I am not sure how, but I have two folders (each with many subfolders) called Florida 2015. One is inside my LR photo folder while the other is a subfolder of 2015 which is also in the LR photo folder.
I have a folder within the folder I keep all my images called 2015. Inside it I have a subfolder called Florida 2015. I just noticed I have a second folder called Florida 2015 on the same level as 2015. I am not sure what I did to get two. However, I only want one. I looked at a subfolder in each Florida 2015 called - bittern.
In 1 I see images I will call 1tif, 2tif, 3nef, 4tif, and 5nef.
The other one has 1nef, 2nef, and 3 tif, 6nef, and 6tif.
It seems like a can move (within LR of course) the 1nef. 2nef, 3nef, 6nef, and 6 tif into the other folder and then remove the empty folder. But, when I try I get the message the files are already there.
So I looked at the folders in the finder and both of my bittern folders have all 10 images in them.
Why aren't they showing up in LR?
Library filter is set to show all file types.
How can I get all images in 1 folder.
TIA for any help. I hope the question wasn't too confusing. Aak me to explain further if need be.
It's the same folder. Right click on the top level entry and select Show Parent (or something like that).