Making collections


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Making collections

When you select or filter down to a particular group of photos, you'll often want to save that group so that you can access it later. It might be your best photos from multiple shoots, or photos of a particular person over the years, or a retrospective of your work that you're preparing for a show. That's when collections become invaluable-- when you want to access related photos even if they're not located in the same folder. You might think of a collection as the visual equivalent of a music playlist. Putting a photo in a collection doesn't move it anywhere in your drive, or even make a copy of it.

A collection just virtually points to photos wherever they're located, and for that reason, you can have the same photo in multiple collections. There are three kinds of collections: Regular Collections, Smart Collections, and Quick Collections. Let's see how each works. First, we'll talk about Regular Collections. These are static collections. In other words, you...

Making collections
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Making collections provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Up and Running with Lightroom 3

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