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Learn Lightroom in a Week – Day 3: Organizing And Filtering

In today’s tutorial we’ll continue our in-depth introduction to Lightroom by looking at the various options for organizing and filtering your images. We’ll be discussing collections, stacks, metadata, attributes, keywords, and everything else you need to select and organize images in Lightroom!

After importing your photos it’s time to explore and organize them in order to choose the best shots to work with later in the Develop phase of the photographic workflow. The first thing you need to know now is how to perform some basic photo manipulations.

If you skipped renaming of your photos during the import process, you can do it now. To rename images select one or more photos in the Grid view or the Filmstrip and choose Library > Rename Photo(s)…..more of this really excellent series of tutorials

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