Hello, I've dabbled with Lightroom over the last couple years but I think it might be overkill for the amount of editing I do, so I want to give Photos a try. I haven't made many edits in Lightroom so I'm not worried about transferring my Lightroom work into Photos. What I am trying to figure out is how best to import all my photo files and utilise Optimise Storage. I have over 200GB of photos, which is more than the space available of my MBP hard drive that I want to edit the photos on. I'd like to take advantage of the Mac/Photos 'Optimise Storage' iCloud feature so that I can edit all my photos even if they aren't all on my laptop hard drive (I realise this will require an internet connection). When I try to copy my photos over to my Mac I get a message that my hard drive is full. There is a rather lengthy set of instructions which I believe cover how to import more files than your hard drive can accommodate on iMore -- see the comment by 'johnnydt' to 'Pete': http://www.imore.com/how-save-space-optimized-storage-and-icloud-photo-library. Is this the only or best way to accomplish importing all my image files given my hard drive space constraint? I would also like to continue to keep my RAW image files organised in individual folders based on period of time/theme (e.g. 2016 daughters's b-day ). Can anyone vouch for how well the below GitHub script works for importing a folder structure into Photos? https://github.com/codez/ImportPhotoFolders I was also hoping to continue to keep my original RAW image files in folders on a separate drive. Ideally I could keep this drive synced with deletions/edits made on my MBP/iCloud. Is there any way to do that? Thanks.