Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video The Quick Collection, part of Learning Lightroom 4 (2012).
Generally speaking when we group images together, we think of them as being …permanently a part of that group. For example, if we have images contained …in a particular folder on the hard drive those images obviously belong in that …folder for some reason. Here for example I have my Europe road …trip folder. And all of the images in this folder were …captured on a road trip in Europe. And so they naturally belong together, …and I can't imagine ever changing that folder structure or moving the images …into a different folder. Similarly with Collections, I probably …would think of those images as being permanently a part of that collection.…
I have images in a collection for New York City, I have a Venice, Italy collection. …And again, those images relate to that collection in some way. …In this case, based on where the images were captured, and so you probably would …permanently or relatively permanently keep those images in a collection. …I might change my mind about which specific Venice shots I want to include …
- 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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