Tuesday, 4 December 2012

An Introduction to Lightroom Smart Collections

Today's article from Digital Photography School is aimed new users of Lightshop, or those users who have not yet got to grips with its "Smart Collections" facility. It is written by Helen Bradley, a Lifestyle journalist who divides her time between the real and digital worlds, picking the best from both.

Lightroom has two types of collections: regular Collections and Smart Collections. Smart Collections are live and they are created as a result of filtering your photos according to rules that you write. You cannot add an image to a Smart Collection by dragging and dropping it into the collection. You can’t remove an image from a Smart Collection just because you don’t want it in there – it can only be removed if it fails to meet the criteria you set up for the 

Smart collections are a handy way to create collections and to manage your photos and here I’ll show you how to make use of them: An Introduction to Lightroom Smart Collections

 Technical Details
  • Organise, perfect, and share--all your digital photography tools are combined in one fast, efficient application
  • Get the highest possible quality from every pixel in your images
  • Easily share your photographs on social networks or in web galleries, slideshows, photo books, prints, and more
  • Organise and edit video
  • Make one-click adjustments to multiple images

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