Using targeted collections with increased speed


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Using targeted collections with increased speed

Here I want to focus in on a new feature that we'll encounter which will speed up our workflow when it comes to working with collections. If you've been working with Lightroom for some time, there's a good chance that you've encountered collections and that you've discovered that collections are powerful. They are powerful because they allow us to group or organize our images together in a way that isn't dependent upon where those images live. If they are in different folders or different hard drive, that's fine. We can organize or group these images together in the collection.

Let's take a look at a typical collection workflow. Currently, I have a lot of images in my library but one of the things that I notice is I have some portraits of men and also some portraits of women. I want to create two different collections and add some photographs to those collections quickly. One way that we could do this would be to select an image, in this case, a portrait ...

Using targeted collections with increased speed
Video duration: 3m 38s 2h 28m Intermediate Updated Apr 08, 2014

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Using targeted collections with increased speed provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 5 New Features

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Photography
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Lightroom
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