Finding images quickly


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Finding images quickly

In this brief movie, I want to share with you a shortcut which you can use in order to find your photographs more quickly, because eventually, as you use Lightroom more and more, your image library will get really big, and it will become more difficult to find specific photographs. One easy way to take care of that problem is to use this shortcut. On a Mac, press Command+F. On Windows, press Control+F. This will open up our Library filtering options, and it will open up our Search field.

In this case, I want to find a couple of photographs that I captured of Rodney Smith. So here I'll go ahead and just start to type out that name, Rodney, and you can see that it's showing me these three images here. In order to view these images larger, I'll just double-click on one, and here you can see we now have this photograph in this Loupe View. After having found this photograph, I've decided that I want to search for another image as well. Once again, press Command+F on a Mac, or...

Finding images quickly
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Finding images quickly provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom Power Shortcuts

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Photography
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Lightroom
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