Introducing "Image Profiles" for folders within Light-room for quick identification.

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Hello Adobe. I am a professional Nature Photographer. I switched by file housing software from Aperture to Lightroom only 2 years ago. Lightroom is an amazing platform for post production and I feel my work has advanced in creativity due to making the switch. Although there is one single function that I would absolutely love to see integrated into the software within Lightroom. "Folder Profiles Images"
I attended a portfolio development workshop last year at the B&H superstore here in NYC and there were over 180 participants. When I mentioned this idea and how helpful I found it to be for search when using Aperture, almost the entire class agreed that it would be a most helpful attribute to the workflow of searching. Aperture had this wonderful system of filing, so when you uploaded a memory card and named the folder, you then got to choose a single image to represent the folder. This image became your "Profile Image" for the folder. So when you opened Aperture, finding the folder of image you wanted to work on was as easy as identifying a single images. It is the ONLY thing I truly miss about Aperture. Is there any chance this could be considered for one of the next update. I feel that photographers around the globe would agree that this would be a most helpful addition for identifying and finding folders of work to begin the workflow within Lightroom. Thank you for you consideration. Brad
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Brad G Oliphant

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