Sorting images


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Sorting images

Another helpful feature, in regards to organizing and accessing your photographs, is Sorting. By default, Lightroom will always sort your photographs based on capture time. That kind of makes sense, right? The first image you shot, then the second, and then third, and so on, and so forth. You can change that really easily. All you need to do is to navigate to the toolbar, and here you can see I have Sort option. If this option isn't visible, we'll click on this little triangle here, where you can turn this on and off. I'll go ahead and deselect sorting, and then reselect that, so I can see my options.

Well, currently, it's from the first file to the last. If I want to flip that, we'll just click on the A to Z icon. Now you can see this image is in the last position. If I scroll up top, what was last is now first. So again, we can flip this around quite a bit. We can also define a few other sort criteria. If you click on this icon here, you'll notice that we can select ...

Sorting images
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Sorting images provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 3 Essential Training

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Photography
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