Organizing in Lightroom


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Organizing in Lightroom

Once you've devised your rating system, your flagging system: whatever you're using to separate certain types of photos from the others, be consistent with them. And also be creative when you're initially thinking about how to use these tools. For example, I do recommend that star ratings are a great way to separate your really good photos from the ones that aren't quite as strong. I think stars work great; they are very natural. But when you get into flags and color labels, I think that's a wide opened field there.

Now one way that I use flags is to indicate if I want to make a print of an image, and that can be independent of its rating. I may decide that I want to make a print of a two or three star image. Even though it might not be the strongest one from the shoot, it is something that I want to see on the wall, and so the flagging can be independent of the star ratings. Color labels can be even wilder, because you can actually assign a name to the color label. F...

Organizing in Lightroom
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Organizing in Lightroom provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Organizing and Archiving Digital Photos

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Photography
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Aperture Lightroom
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