Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Import a catalog: Quick tip, part of Lightroom Classic CC: Working Faster.
- [Instructor] Here I want to highlight a quick tip…which will help you to more efficiently import…from another catalog into Lightroom.…First of all, though, let me set up the scenario.…One of the things that I do is I work…with a laptop and a desktop.…And on my laptop, I'll create a catalog…for the shoot or for the trip that I'm going on.…So I have a catalog here called travel,…and I have some photos that are associated…with that trip to New York.…Well, what I need to do with Lightroom is,…I need to bring these into my desktop catalog.…
And the way that we do that typically is we go…to the file pulldown menu, and we choose import…from another catalog.…Yet, if we want to do this even more quickly,…what you can do is hold down the option key on a Mac,…alt on Windows, and you'll notice it changes your import…and your export buttons right here.…So if I press option on a Mac, alt on Windows,…and then click on import catalog,…what I can then do is, really quickly,…go to that location where I have that catalog,…click choose, and what that will do is open up…
- Importing with Develop presets
- Customizing the interface
- Choosing modules and panels
- Processing your photos
- Batch processing multiple images
- Tips for enhancing your workflow
- Creating folders and collections
- Cleaning up and exporting presets
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning Natural Light Portrait Photographywith Chris Orwig2h 30m Intermediate
1. Import and More
2. Preferences, Viewing, and Navigation
3. Processing Your Photos
4. Workflow Tips
5. Advanced Essentials
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