Hello, Just fielding a question on best-practice or how people manage date/time information on their photo metadata when travelling - especially when importing into Lightroom. on one hand, changing the camera's date/time for each location that warrants it could be problematic if one forgets to do it each time - rendering the wrong time on each subsequent photo and then who knows what time location was set. on the other, it would remove the need to do it after-capture. in terms of after-capture, Lightroom doesn't seem to be able to time-shift on import (is this accurate? i've only been using LR a short time) - which could be problematic with my import preset to copy files into dated folders (that is, a photo captured in canada at Monday 08:00 local time might be Sunday 22:00 in Australia (and therefore in camera if unchanged when travelling)). So the file would be added to a folder dated the day before, and one day of photos split into two separate day folders. i could time-shift after import but then i would also have to manually move the photos in LR from folder to folder where applicable. i could also import photos day-by-day and get the import preset to add a static date, but i expect i would lose the time stamp - and that's a lot of individual importing for, say, a 5 week trip. so, the other option is to copy images to the harddisk first, use something like exiftool to shift all image capture times for each location that requires it, and THEN import into Lightroom. but that just sounds like a lot of work and possibilty of things going wrong. so i'm wondering how others manage this problem? looking for the least-effort fastest-time solution but am aware that might not exist!