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Adobe Lightroom: Library Workflow For Effective Organization

Jay (Trxlation), Photographer

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9 Videos (37m)
    • Introduction

      1:18
    • Importing

      4:02
    • Making Initial Selects

      6:49
    • Narrowing Down Selects

      8:56
    • Searching For Photos

      6:11
    • Folder Organization

      2:12
    • Publish Services

      5:02
    • Class Project

      1:20
    • Final Thoughts

      0:49

About This Class

Lightroom is not only a great software for editing photos, but it's also a great software for organizing photos. This class shows and walks students through all the different tools that Lightroom offers to organize photos. Most photographers shoot thousands of photos each year, and that can make it very hard to find old photos later down the road. By following the advice given in this class, students will have no problem looking up old photos in the future. Not only will students learn about organizing photos, but they'll also learn how to do it fast and efficiently.

This class is geared toward photographers that have a general idea of how to use Lightroom but are looking to expand their knowledge.

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Jay (Trxlation)

Photographer

Going by the artist name Trxlation, I'm a published, award winning photographer living in Chattanooga, Tennessee. I specialize in portraits, landscape, and product photography. I've worked with brands like Google, Spotify, Coca-Cola, and more. My first taste of art was in 2012 when I started drawing- from there I progressed into photography. My goal with photography is to show people how I see the world. My vision is like a foreign language to others and my photography is the translation.

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