Cleaning Up Your Mess in Lightroom 6

author B and H   3 год. назад
281,139 views

1,752 Like   65 Dislike

How to Organize Your Images in Lightroom CC

Is it time for spring cleaning yet? Adobe Evangelist Terry White walks through how to organize your photos in Lightroom CC

Understanding the Lightroom Catalog System

A really easy to follow explanation of the Adobe Lightroom Catalog system. If you are new to Lightroom or are confused about how to set it up, this is the video for you. Using simple graphics you will learn how to create an organised workflow with storage folders connected to the Lightroom Catalog.

The Ultimate Guide to Workflow in Lightroom and Photoshop

I Guarantee I Can Teach You to Master Photoshop. Learn How: https://phlearn.com/aaronwillteachyou #phlearnmethod - Photoshop Made Simple. Download Your Free 5 Pack Today - http://bit.ly/1GfvyEq The Ultimate Guide to Workflow in Lightroom and Photoshop Importing Images Into Lightroom The first step in your workflow will be getting your images from your memory card onto your computer. We prefer to use Lightroom for importing as well as file naming and structure. We choose to have Lightroom organize everything by date and convert to DNG when importing RAW files. DNG files take up less space on your hard drive and allow cleaner long term storage. File Structure and Naming After importing your files onto your computer or portable hard drive (we use a Promise Pegasus R4), it is time to get everything organized. We change the name of the main folder to include the theme from the photo shoot. In this example our folder is named "2014-05-27 Bahamas Shoot". After naming your main folder it is time to bring each of the images from the shoot together and create sub-folders for organization. We create 4 different subfolders titled "Capture", "Master", Selects", and "Output". The Capture folder is where all of the RAW images from the shoot are placed. When you complete a complex shoot it is often a good idea to create subfolders in the Capture folder that describe different parts of the shoot. In this example we use both "Landscapes" and "Portraits" The Selects folder is where your selects will go, usually exported as TIFs. This will help you to organize and quickly identify the best images from the shoot as well as get them in a file format ready for editing in Photoshop. The Master folder is where your layered PSD or TIF files will go. Anytime you need to go back and make edits to the file you will be accessing images from this folder. The Output folder is where images are placed after editing is complete. Images here are ready to be printed or uploaded to the web. Editing Images in Lightroom and Photoshop We use Lightroom for base editing techniques such as changing exposure, white balance, highlight and shadow levels and some base sharpening. After these changes are made to your selects it is time to export them to the Selects folder as TIFs. In Photoshop we open those TIFs from the selects folder and make our final edits. These Master files are then saved into the Master folder. You can use layered TIFs (our preferred file format) or PSD files. Your Master files should contain layers and should be easily editable. Exporting Images and Location After completing your edits in Photoshop and Lightroom you are ready to get your files on the internet. We export from Lightroom using JPEG and Convert to sRGB options. These final JPEGs are saved to the Output folder and named appropriately. Syncing Folders By now you have created new folders and files within each of those folders. Right click on the original folder in Lightroom, in this example it is named "2014-05-27 Bahamas Shoot". Click on "Synchronize Folder" and you will get a new import dialog, click "Synchronize". Now you will see each of your folders populated with the files you created and everything should be in its proper place. Now you have created a file structure that is robust and simple to access at any time. Years from now you will be able to go back to these folders and easily find what you are looking for. Lightroom is linked to your operating system so when you create folders in Lightroom they will appear on your computer as well. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks for watching our free Phlearn Tutorials! If you enjoyed this video be sure to subscribe to our channel to receive free weekly videos. Subscribe: http://goo.gl/LBIEQU For more advanced Photoshop Tutorials be sure to check out our Phlearn PRO Tutorials. We offer the best Photoshop tutorials available online starting at just $14.99. http://phlearn.com/pro-tutorials ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Website: http://phlearn.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Phlearn Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/116791098...

Importing and Organization - Lightroom Mastery

Learn how to masterfully import and organize images in Lightroom. Watch more: http://cr8.lv/1Mbyjh5yt Use Lightroom, but feel like you're not getting the most out of it? Ben Willmore's Lightroom Mastery is for you! Learn to organize your images so you can easily find them later. In this clip from the CreativeLive course, Lightroom Mastery, Ben Willmore leads you through the import and tagging process. Access the complete course: http://cr8.lv/1Mbyjh5yt

how to ORGANIZE your LIGHTROOM PHOTO collection!

Learn Lightroom in 15 Minutes with this free guide: https://photoshopcafe.com/Learn-Lightroom How to organize all your photos using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. In-depth Lightroom course is here http://photoshopcafe.com/video/products/Lightroom6.htm SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDS: https://www.youtube.com/user/photoshopcafe?sub_confirmation=1 PREMIUM COURSES: http://photoshopCAFE.com/video INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/photoshopcafe/ WEB: http://www.photoshopcafe.com FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/photoshopCAFE TWITTER: https://twitter.com/photoshopCAFE

Admit it: Your Lightroom catalog isn’t quite as organized as you’d like. In fact, you might even be a little embarrassed if another photographer were to see your Lightroom catalog. In this session, Tim Grey shows you how to resolve organizational challenges in Lightroom and how to optimize your workflow to ensure you can always find the photo you need when you need it. This presentation features Lightroom 6, but works with older versions of Lightroom as well.

Comments for video: