33:36 Duration

Lightroom Organizational System

In this lesson, I provide information about how I organize my images in Lightroom and cover it in more detail than I have in the past. The general idea is to be able to quickly find any memorable image and to be able to instantly tell if an image still needs work or if it is ready to show the public. You can use many of these ideas even if you choose not to use Lightroom to organize your photographs.

NOTE: At 26:00, I should have typed Command-A to select all the images I was viewing before I attempted to tag them with the keyword of *DN.

In the class, I mentioned a class I had previously taught on Here is a link to the class page in case you want to know more about it:…/lightroom-cc-photo-editing-t…

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