So, I have my lightroom photos all pointing to a folder that syncs on Dropbox. That way I instantly have all my high res master photos in the cloud.
However, as time has gone on, I'm running out of disk space.
Is there a way to keep the integrity of the catalog while storing some photos on the cloud? For example, if I want to store all photos from 2000-2011 in the cloud. An easy way to do this would to use selective sync on dropbox and just disable those folders as folders I don't want on my computer. However, wouldn't that screw up my lightroom catalog? IE. Show a bunch of missing files?
Right now the entire folder is clocking in at 100gb. So, I'd love to get this down some!
Is there a way to keep the integrity of the catalog while storing some photos on the cloud?
Photos must be stored on a local disk or network disk and not cloud storage (unless said cloud storage can be made to look like a local disk somehow)
As of now, the only way to keep images off the internal hard drive(s) and have them still be accessible when needed is to put them on an external drive(s).
or a network drive