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I'm the director of media at a small college here in TN (I'm 55 and spent 10 years in film and television) and over the past 5 years have become their go to guy with photo and video needs (Mainly because I like the stuff and have learned as I went along). I shoot on two Canon 5D Mark II cameras in RAW format mainly.
Over the past 5 years of shooting hundreds of thousands of pictures and creating hours and hours of hi res videos my Mac Pro started filling up. So I've been moving files to backup servers here on campus etc.
After upgrading to LR5 I lost access to previously existing LR3 files. Files I had loaded and edited on and even exported some. I am not sure how to find them, I am hoping there are somewhere on my machine.
But if someone could perhaps show me how to find them or suggest things to try to find them I would be forever grateful!
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I moved your post here to our "Movies and Video" forum where you will be more likely to have it read and some answers given.
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I appreciate your help!
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