Newly imported images are always displayed in the "Previous Import" panel of the library module. If you want to see the folder, just right-click on one of the images and choose to go to folder in the library and the folder will appear. Otherwise, you will have access to the most recent imported in the previous import panel. When you import new images again, the previous subfolder should automatically appear.
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Yes there is. In the import dialog window in the Source area point LR to the actual sub-folder. All drives, folder and sub-folders are visible in the import dialog window.
It doesn't display all sub-folders in the Library module that is why you are using the Synchronize feature in a Top Level folder. It only displays all drives, folders and sub-folders when you click the Import button in the Library module.
The only time a drive or folder shows up in the Library module is after you have imported images from that folder.
You can also use the import dialog window to do all your copying from a camera or memory card and place them in a folder of your choice and or making along with importing them at the same time.
Please buy a book or view some of the very good online tutorials about importing images into LR.
Thanks! Your answer was timely, helpful and correct! (A little snarky at the end, but hey, nobody's perfect right?)
Not snarky, Honest. Most people don't take the time to understand the applications they use on a daily basis. Always looking for work a rounds for things that are done easily if they only took the time to read up on or view some very good books and online tutorials for those programs.
I'm one of them with Word and Excel because I can do most of what I need with those programs without really understanding them. I found LR not to be one of them. I have several books on LR and still view the online tutorials.
Fair enough. As someone once said, we're all ignorant, but about different things. Thanks again for the help.