Most such programs will have a command "Show in File Manager" or "Show in Explorer" or similar where you hi-lite/select an image or group of images and then employ that command;it will then open your files system to the location of said photos.
On a poverty-level Kentucky budget, a 24-exposure roll of film would have two Christmases and a summer vacation on it and we might have to wait another six months before being able to afford developing the film.
I still have trouble remembering that it doesn't cost anything to take thousands of pictures; it just almost seems impossible to be true.
I am trying to find where the shortcuts to my Organizer images are stored.
I am displaying my ignorance of the inner workings of a computer but, is there a folder, and if so, is there a probable path?
If the correct explanations from Buckskin and Sepiana don't fully answer your question, I suppose you mean how and where the links (=shortcuts?= to the location of each photo/video are stored.
- that location information as well as other data coming from your camera (exif) or your own tagging is stored in a catalog, more precisely in the main component of the catalog, a sqlite database file named catalog.pse21db for PSE2023.
- The location by default of this folder is a given by Sepiana. You find that location from the help menu of the organizer in the 'System Information'.
- The database is the main component to store most of the information in your catalog. The folder contains many other files and subfolders, for instance the thumbnail cache thumb.5.cache.
- The inner organization of the database is not easy to access. You need a management/reader of the sqlite engine, some knowledge of the sqlite language and the internal organization of the database which is accessible only by Adobe.