I am trying to think of a way to organize my photos, so perhaps a year from now, I can find an image that I edited with PhotoLab. Since for what feels like “forever” I have been storing and editing my images in Adobe Lightroom, my “Lightroom Folder” would be a logical place to start. I’ll describe what I think I’d like to do - and if it is acceptable, then I have one question.
My workflow is to capture images, usually with my Nikon Df, Nikon D750, or Leica M10 (or M8.2). They get “ingested” from the memory card into a folder on my hard drive with Photo Mechanic, at which time I delete “the trash”. What remains gets imported into Lightroom in an organized system ( Country > City > Year > Date-or-topic ). Until now, this is when I would edit the photos using Lightroom. My plan is to do the same thing, but with no editing. I would then close Lightroom and open PhotoLab 3 to process the photos. When finished, I would “export” the edited image into a folder, from which I would send it to email, or whatever else I need to do.
Assuming the above is reasonable, and I’m not going to create issues, if I’m trying to find the images I edited in PL3 perhaps a year or two from now, does PL3 have a tool that I can use to locate all the images I have worked on using PL3 ?