I know there are quite a lot of brilliant photographers on here who I know have shot a lot of images. Along the way I'm sure we've all come up with some little hacks to help us along. I'd love to try to capture some of those in this thread. I'll start: Legacy lens ID hack: As you know when you shoot with a lens that doesn't have an electronic connection to the camera, the information about that lens (focal length, aperture, etc.) isn't captured in the images' EXIF data. To plug this gap I've developed a way to make it simple to identify which images are taken with which lens after the fact. Before I mount a legacy lens, I first take a quick snap of the lens itself. Then when I import my images, I know that the shots taken immediately after that shot of the lens were taken with that lens. I can then use a tool like the LR plugin LensTagger to edit the EXIF data of those subsequent images to indicate which lens they were shot with. I usually also try to record the aperture. What sorts of hacks do you use?