Touring the Library module


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Touring the Library module

The Library module is one of the first stops in a typical Lightroom workflow. It's where you'll go to view and organize the photos that you import to a Lightroom catalog, like the exercise files catalog where I am working now. In the Library module you can rate, keyword, sort, and make collections of photos, as we will do later in this chapter. But first, let's take a tour of the Library module to get a sense of its features and how it's laid out. The overall layout of the Library module is similar to that of the other modules.

There is a main window and in the case of the Library module, the main window contains previews of the photos that are in your Lightroom catalog. The main window is surrounded by a couple of bars and some panels and panel groups. Up at the top, there's a bar that includes the module picker, which you'll use to jump to other modules. Over on the left is a group of panels. I think of these panels as source panels because many of them control w...

Touring the Library module
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Touring the Library module 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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