Lightroom Classic: Export location: export to a folder relative to the location of the original photo
In addition to the three current "export location" / "export to" options, I would like a fourth option called "Relative folder". Every time I go on a shoot, I organize my photos in exactly the same way. I create a folder for the shoot. Inside that folder is one called "raw", and another one called "processed" Inside the "processed" folder are two more folders, called "tiff" and "jpg".So, all my original RAW photos are ALWAYS in a folder called "raw", and I ALWAYS want to export my processed images to the associated "tiff" folder, which ALWAYS has this relative path from the "raw" folder:../processed/tiff/As it now stands, every time I work on the photos from a different shoot, I have to remember to change the location of the exported images, even though it is ALWAYS the same, relative to the location of the RAW photos I'm processing. This gets to be a real hassle if I am working on multiple projects at the same time.If my suggestion were to be implemented, I would never (or rarely) have to change the export location, because it would always be correct relative to the images I'm working on. This does not seem like a hard feature to implement, and I'm sure others would find it very useful as well. Please consider my suggestion and implement it as soon as possible! Thanks!