The representation of core and outcrop data in on-scale sedimentary columns is a common practice in modern Geology. Either core or outcrop description involves the observation of a human and the related annotations. The traditional practice consist on sketching at the field or at core facilities and afterwards redrawing the chart at the lab. Conventional methodology is not only demanding in terms of time, but also extremely sensible to human errors. In this work a successful case of consistent core and outcrops representation is presented. The differential factor was the use of LithoHero software. The use of mobile devices and the instant graphical representation of the annotations reduces drastically the potential mistakes, minimizes the required time, and simplifies the process. A practical example on Vaca Muerta Formation is presented. Finally, a successful import to Petrel Software is showcased.