Matt Kloskowski posted a commentary about LR, storage space, and big catalogs. The issue of large catalogs in LR and a gazillion photos spread over stacks of DVDs and BRs or possibly several external harddrives is a problem many of us face. Many of us face it with Photoshop, too. Do you keep everything and have more and more to try and keep organized? Do you "show discipline" as Matt suggests and throw away many shots that have one or more problems?
When you create lens profiles, you need separate versions for RAW and non-RAW files. The Lens Profile pop-up menus in Photoshop CS5, Camera Raw 6, and Lightroom 3 will automatically display the profile appropriate to the image's file type.
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