Make a top-level Lightroom Photos folder to hold all the photos youll eventually import. This top-level folder is important because it will make it easier to move all your photos to a larger drive if necessary in the future. Inside the top-level folder, organize your existing photos into subfolders by shoot date or subject matter. The subfolders will help you locate files in the Folders panel in Lightrooms Library. After organizing your existing photos into a folder structure like this, you can import them all into Lightroom together. Each time you import new photos after a shoot, youll have a well-organized folder structure ready to receive them.
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To convert a LR4 or previous version of the catalogue, simply open LR5, create a new catalogue (if necessary), then choose File/Import as Catalog and select your previous LR catalogue. LR5 will create a temporary version of the catalogue leaving the original untouched, and use that to add to your LR5 catalogue. Once its finished you have a choice of deleting the temporary conversion or keeping it as a secondary LR5 catalogue. If you have the same image in both your LR4 (or before) and your LR5 Beta catalogue, LR5 will ask you how you want to handle those files. The default is to create virtual copies of the duplicate file information. I have yet to write any LR5 tutorials, but I do have some ideas. You can peruse the list below for tips, tutorials and videos from others, or you can follow this link to see our Lightroom and other photography tutorials. I have no desire to get into a pro/con debate over Adobes Creative Cloud decision, but I will say that Lightroom 5 is available both as a standalone product and as a Creative Cloud download, and that Tom Hogarty at Adobe has said that Adobe has no plans to make Lightroom a subscription-only product. Always remember Rule #5. _____ Back to your regularly scheduled blog post BTW, you can get to this page from: http://bit.ly/LRTips its a little easier to remember. Also, for the most part the links below dont like to specific web pages, but to websites that offer tutorials and information.
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all in one folder, but they have different names, so its not a problem. It also means I have one tree withC:\Users\(me)\My Pictures\Lightroom\Lightroom Settings so I only have one set of presets, templates, plugins, keywords, etc. available to every catalogue. Speaking of backups, I have Lightroom set to backup my catalogue weekly. NB: Doing so does not back up your images files. You have to do that separately. I use Syncback to back up my entire hard drive regularly, and also to back up just the My Pictures folder. While Lightroom will, if asked, back up the catalogue, theres no facility within Lightroom to remove old backups. There is however a way around it, as covered in our Deleting Old Lightroom Backups post.
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Als je thuiskomt vol met adrenaline na die fantastische zonsopkomst die je hebt gefotografeerd, is het lastiger om je foto’s kritisch te beoordelen. Na een paar dagen, als de opwinding verdwenen is, zul je merken dat het makkelijker is om kritisch naar je foto’s te kijken. Ik hoop dat dit artikel helpt om beter en gemakkelijker de beste foto’s van je shoot te selecteren. Het goed kunnen selecteren van je beste foto’s is een zeer belangrijke vaardigheid als je wilt (blijven) groeien als fotograaf. Wie is deze auteur?Ik ben John Verbruggen , fotograaf van landschap, architectuur en infrastructuur. Ik fotografeer in opdracht van bouw- en vastgoedbedrijven, ingenieursbureaus, etc. Op mijn blog vind je nog veel meer artikelen met tips en achtergronden bij mijn foto’s.
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