Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Survey view, part of Lightroom 5: 1 Organizing Your Photos.
…Selecting a favorite photo for a particular purpose…often involves comparing multiple images against one another.…In many cases, I'll use the Compare view, especially for comparing similar images.…But in some situations, when I'm comparing images that aren't really…all that similar to each other, I'll utilize the Survey View instead.…Let's take a look at an example of this.…I'll select multiple images that I'd like to consider for a particular project.…And then, I'll compare those images using the Survey View to settle on a…single image in this case, that I'm going to use for a particular project.…
I'll utilize the film strip in this case to…select the multiple images that I'd like to consider.…I'll click on the first image and then I'll…hold the Ctrl key on Windows or Cmd key…on Macintosh and click on Additional Thumbnails so that…I can select images that are discontiguous from one another.…So, I click on one image, and then, hold…the Ctrl, or Cmd key, and click on additional images.…And, at this point I've ended up with five 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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