- Can you try copying that sub folder to a different location like desktop and then import images into LR using add option, and see if that works.
- If the above step does not work then would suggest you to create a new folder and move images into that folder and see if that works.
One possibility is that the images in this particular sub-folder were taken in your camera as RAW + JPEG. If so, you may need to go to your preferences under the General tab and make sure that the box "Treat JPEG files next to raw files as separate photos" is checked.
However, assuming that is the case, there really is no reason to import the JPEG file if you already have the RAW file.
Tried both these suggestions, but neither worked. In each case, all the RAW and JPG images copied successfully to the new folders (on Desktop and within the original parent folder as a new sub-file marked yyyy-mm-dda_custom name), but when accessed as source in the import function, neither displayed the JPG files.
Any other ideas?
You star. Cracked it! Apologies for being a novice, but we all have to start somewhere. What I still don't understand is why it displayed the JPG files within some sub-files, although that box you guided me to was not checked, but wouldn't display them in this particular sub-file.
Anyway, thanks again. I can now get on with my project!
If the JPGs have the exact same file name as the RAW (but different extension), then this checkbox has an effect. If there is no RAW with the same file name then this checkbox has no effect.
rogerangel, you are welcome. Glad I could help.