Setting image sort order


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Setting image sort order

I'll admit that I have a tendency to almost always leave my images in Lightroom sorted by Capture Time. In other words, I'm always displaying the images in the order I photographed them. But quite often, you might find that changing the Sort order can be very helpful in locating a particular image or grouping images together. Let's take a look at a couple of examples. The Sort order can be found in the Grid view, on the toolbar, down below the Grid. If for any reason that option is not available, you can click on the pop-up at the far right of the toolbar, when you're in the Grid view, and turn on the Sorting option.

We can then choose, from a pop-up, a variety of different sort orders. We can sort by the capture time of course, but also by the order in which the images were added to Lightroom, by the edit time. In other words, when the image was most recently edited, by the number of times we've edited an image, by star rating, pic flag, label text, lab...

Setting image sort order
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Setting image sort order provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Lightroom 4 Image Management Workshop

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