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Lightroom Mobile: Organizing Images

Lesson 40 from: The Streamlined Lightroom Workflow

Jared Platt

Lightroom Mobile: Organizing Images

Lesson 40 from: The Streamlined Lightroom Workflow

Jared Platt

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Lesson Info

40. Lightroom Mobile: Organizing Images

<b>In this lesson you will learn how to organize your images in Lightroom Classic.&#160; Being organized is the key to having ultimate use of your images.&#160; This is how you take control of your digital life.</b>

Lessons

Class Trailer
1

Introduction

04:12
2

Lightroom Ecosystem Overview

07:30
3

Lightroom Ecosystem Image Delivery Details

09:21
4

Lightroom Introductions

04:03
5

Lightroom Application Names

02:33
6

Lightroom Classic Getting Started

09:11
7

Lightroom Classic: Importing

19:42
8

Lightroom Classic: Selecting

09:28
9

Lightroom Classic: Organizing Images

14:05
10

Lightroom Classic: Adjusting Images

09:19
11

Lightroom Classic: Cleaning Up

04:34
12

Lightroom Classic: Sharing Images

22:08
13

Lightroom Classic: Archiving Images

17:21
14

Lightroom Classic: Workflow Review

06:34
15

Lightroom Classic: Bonus - Cloud Files Location

11:16
16

Lightroom Classic: Bonus - Fixing Synchronization Errors

06:24
17

Lightroom Classic: Cleaning Up the Cloud

14:18
18

Lightroom: Introduction

07:20
19

Lightroom: Importing Images

03:38
20

Lightroom: Browsing Images in Local Storage

11:53
21

Lightroom: Organizing Images

06:20
22

Lightroom: Copying Images to the Cloud

22:45
23

Lightroom: Adjusting Images

07:12
24

Lightroom: Masking

03:17
25

Lightroom: Making an AI Preset

02:40
26

Lightroom: Synchronizing Adjustments and Masks

07:07
27

Lightroom: Sorting and Finding Images

14:13
28

Lightroom: Sharing Images

14:26
29

Lightroom: Archiving Images

11:31
30

Lightroom: Workflow Review

05:57
31

Lightroom: Importing Presets and Profiles

04:12
32

Lightroom Mobile: Workflow Introduction

10:22
33

Lightroom Mobile: Settings

08:56
34

Lightroom Mobile: Overview

01:50
35

Lightroom Mobile: Albums, Collections, and the Cloud

05:07
36

Lightroom Mobile: Importing Local Images

05:39
37

Lightroom Mobile: Importing Images

11:59
38

Lightroom Mobile: Albums and Searching

04:34
39

Lightroom Mobile: Selecting Images

06:12
40

Lightroom Mobile: Organizing Images

05:34
41

Lightroom Mobile: Archiving

11:06
42

Lightroom Mobile: Editing Images

11:36
43

Lightroom Mobile: Editing Across the Cloud

09:19
44

Lightroom Mobile: Sharing Images

14:46
45

Lightroom Mobile: Finding the Best Photos Feature

04:41
46

Lightroom Mobile: Presets and Profiles

12:44
47

Lightroom Mobile: Workflow Review

02:42
48

Putting it All Together

10:25

Lesson Info

Lightroom Mobile: Organizing Images

1 So now that we have our images selected, 2 now we want to start to organize these 3 and get rid of the ones that we're not going to use. 4 Now, there's different thoughts on this 5 because we've talked about it 6 when we were talking about Lightroom Classic, 7 when we were talking about Lightroom. 8 You can either get rid of them and delete them 9 because they're yours to get rid of, 10 or you can save them 11 and just not pay attention to them anymore. 12 And so it's really up to you how you want to do it. 13 It is much easier to do those types of things 14 inside of Lightroom Classic or in Lightroom itself, 15 and we've shown you how to do it in both of those. 16 The important thing to recognize 17 is that if I go to Lightroom on my computer, 18 you'll find the Travel to Italy album 19 is in the CreativeLive Workflow 2024 folder. 20 I created that album on my iPad. 21 I put the images in from the card 22 into the album on this iPad. 23 All of those images were uploaded to the Clo...

ud. 24 The Cloud delivered them to the computer 25 and delivered them everywhere else, 26 and now I'm seeing those images full size, 27 the full raw image, plus all of the selections 28 that I've made here. 29 So I can kinda go back and forth between these two. 30 And if I wanted to, let's say, where's that? 31 Oh, this one. I really like this image. 32 I'm gonna actually give this one five stars. 33 I like it a lot. 34 And so not only am I gonna give it five stars, 35 but I'm gonna go through 36 and I'm gonna highlight everything here 37 that I think could be an excellent background. 38 So I'm gonna click on that one. 39 I'm gonna click on, 40 let's see... 41 Oh, I should filter these. 42 So I'm gonna click on the filter, 43 and I'm just gonna look at the ones that are picked. 44 That way I can see the ones that... 45 Okay, this one's a good background. 46 That one's a good background. 47 This one's good. 48 I like these, this one, this one. 49 I didn't like this one. 50 Why did I... 51 I'm gonna unpick that one. 52 This one is a good background. 53 And I could even use this one as a background, too. 54 Okay, so I've got my backgrounds chosen, 55 and I'm gonna go to the key-wording area, 56 which is on the bottom right, 57 we've talked about this before, 58 and I'm gonna put this as a background, 59 (keyboard clicks) 60 comma, back, drop, (keyboard clicking) 61 (keyboard clicks) enter. 62 And you can see that I already used some of that anyway, 63 on some of these, 64 but I applied it to all of them now. 65 This one's weird, back, good to drop. 66 I must've misspelled it, so I'm gonna remove that one. 67 Okay, so now I've got keywords on all of these images, 68 and those keywords plus the star ratings 69 and stuff that I changed are gonna come over here. 70 And now I can see, oh, look, there's a reject there. 71 I can filter, find only the picked images. 72 If I go to this one and look at the stars, 73 it is now five stars instead of four or three stars. 74 And so we're literally just going back and forth 75 between Lightroom and Lightroom Mobile, 76 and its perfect parody, goes back and forth. 77 And I love that about these two things. 78 And if I go to the web, it's the same. 79 It's perfect parody back and forth. 80 And so I love the fact that I can go anywhere 81 and work on images inside of Lightroom on my computer, 82 or I can go to my iPad and work on those. 83 And as long as there's an internet connection, 84 all of that information just keeps transferring 85 back and forth in seconds, 86 because it's not all that much information 87 that needs to go back and forth. 88 So if you're comfortable working on your iPad 89 and you just wanna kinda do some sketching 90 and play around with the images, do it. 91 And then when you get back to your Sirius computer 92 and you wanna work on it, they're ready for you. 93 And then when you're feeling like you're tired 94 of being at your computer, 95 you can grab your phone and you can open your phone, 96 and it'll be exactly the same information 97 that you had there. 98 It'll be on your phone. 99 Now, I don't like to edit too much on my phone 100 just because, you know, the brightness is, 101 I never really know exactly what it is. 102 I'm usually outside with it, or I'm running around. 103 I'm not interested in doing a lot of editing on my phone. 104 iPad, yes, I like it. 105 I like the fact that I have a pen. 106 I can be really accurate. 107 It's actually a very comfortable environment. 108 The phone not so much. 109 I'm not really interested in doing this. 110 And so I don't use this for editing. 111 I use it for taking pictures and videos all the time. 112 And I really use it for sharing. 113 It's great for sharing, 114 and we'll talk about that in a little bit. 115 But most of my editing is gonna be done here on the iPad 116 or here on the computer, 117 whether it's in Lightroom or Lightroom Classic.

Class Materials

Bonus Materials

Adaptive_JP_LR_Presets.zip
Lightroom_Ecosystem_2024.pdf
Photo_Examples_-_Jared_Platt_-_Streamlined_Lightroom_Ecosystem.zip
Artist_Profile_Collection_by_Jared_Platt.zip

Ratings and Reviews

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Jared Platt is the best educator when it comes to explaining how and when to use each program in the Lightroom ecosystem. He knows and explains extremely well the pros, cons, and tricks of using LrC, Lr, & LrMobile together. Most people teach each independently. Jared teaches in depth knowledge of how they interact --amazing!

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