Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Using collections for sharing, part of Lightroom 4 Image Sharing Workshop.
Lightroom provides a variety of methods for identifying which images you'd like …to work with at any given time. For example, we can use the Folder …structure to select the images we'd like to include in a particular sharing …project and we can also filter our images. …We can use the basic filtering on the top of the Film Strip to filter images based …on the pic flag, the star rating, or the color label. …And we can even use the library filter if I switch to the Grid view. …We have the Library Filter available at the top of the display.…
If the Library Filter is not currently visible you can simply choose View > Show …Filter Bar from the menu or press the back slash key on your keyboard. …And with the Library Filter, we're able to identify images or essentially search …for images based on a variety of different criteria. …For example, using the Metadata option, I could identify images based on the …particular date they were captured, based on which camera was used to capture them, …the lens, etcetera, and I could even switch to different criteria. …
- Selecting images for sharing
- Using collections for sharing
- Creating a watermark or identity plate
- Publishing and exporting
- Creating photo books and slideshows
- Printing photos
- Web photo galleries
Skill Level Beginner
1. Sharing Basics
2. Publishing and Exporting
3. Creating Photo Books
4. Creating Slideshows
5. Printing Photos
6. Web Photo Galleries
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