Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Compare view, part of Lightroom 5: 1 Organizing Your Photos.
…Generally, the process of evaluating your images involves looking at…a single image and making a decision about that image.…But in some cases, you may find that it's a little bit difficult…to evaluate an image in isolation, and you'll want to compare multiple images.…I find that, that's especially true when…I've captured multiple images of the same subject.…Let's take a look at an example.…Here I have an image of some waterfalls in…Iceland, and I have multiple images of the same waterfalls.…I may, then, want to try to find my…favorite image among these, in this case, four images.…
And this is exactly when the compare view is very helpful.…I'll go ahead and start by selecting the four images.…In this case, there are four images in a sequence.…In other words, they're all in a row.…And so I'll click on the first image in that sequence, and then hold…the shift key on the keyboard, while clicking the last image in that sequence.…And you can see now, on the film strip, I have all four of those images selected.…
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- Importing images
- Setting up Lightroom preferences and catalog settings
- Backing up your catalogs
- Reviewing images with the Grid and Loupe views
- Renaming photos
- Adding flags, star ratings, color labels, and keywords to images
- Mapping photos
- Working with image stacks
- Locating images
Skill Level Beginner
Lightroom 5: 2 Optimizing Your Photoswith Tim Grey2h 49m Beginner
1. Importing Images
2. Lightroom Configuration Considerations
3. Reviewing Images
4. Organizing Images
5. Mapping Your Digital Photos
6. Grouping Images Together
7. Locating Images
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