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(The Ninth of) Ten Simple Steps to a Faster Workflow in Lightroom

The ninth step is more of a precaution than a true step: Do not delete, move, or rename images outside of Lightroom. Delete images, create new folders, move images between folders, and rename images only within Lightroom. Before you can organize, edit, or output your images in Lightroom, the images must be “imported” into the currently opened catalog.

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(The Eighth of) Ten Simple Steps to a Faster Workflow in Lightroom

The eighth step, while not as fun as organizing and editing your images, is a necessary step: Use filter presets and smart collections to help keep your catalog clean and organized. As covered in previous posts, there are a significant number of steps in organizing your images in Lightroom and, as a result, it can be difficult to

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(The Sixth of) Ten Simple Steps to a Faster Workflow in Lightroom

The sixth step is a bit more complicated than the previous ones: Use keywords to sort your images. I often see photographers sort their images by creating separate folders based on the subject of the photograph. For example, I was recently helping a someone organize a chaotic mess of 100,000 image files. This photographer, instead of

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Adobe Releases Camera Raw 8.5 RC and Signals Additions to Lightroom 5

Adobe has released Camera Raw 8.5 RC for public beta. While the release candidate contains the usual updates, e.g., support for new cameras and lens and bug fixes, it also contains upgrades to the Camera Raw interface and new functionality. The interface upgrades will provide some of the functionality available in Lightroom but currently not

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