Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video The Library Filter, part of Getting Started with Lightroom 4.
At a very basic level the filtering capabilities found on the film scrip …might be more than adequate for locating your favourite images in a particular …group of photos. However, in many cases you might find …that that's not just sophisticated enough and you need to be able to go down a …little bit deeper. That's where the library filter comes …into play. We can display the library filter by …choosing View an then Show Filter bar from the menu, or simply by pressing the …backslash key. That will display the Library Filter bar, …up at the top of the grid view display. Note that we've automatically switched to …the Grid view, so that we can see all of the results of our filter.…
At the moment that filter is set to None. I'm not filtering images at all, but I …can certainly change that very quickly. In this case I'm going to start off by …working with all photographs. I want to see the result for every single …image within my catalogue, but I could certainly filter based on the particular …
- Getting to know the Lightroom interface
- Establishing Lightroom preferences
- Using catalogs
- Importing images
- Image review
- Identifying and locating images
- Optimizing and sharing images
Skill Level Beginner
1. First Steps
2. Importing Images
3. Image Review
4. Identifying and Locating Images
5. Optimizing Images
6. Sharing Images
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