Mastering Catalogs and Collections in Lightroom CC
with Rafael "RC" Concepcion
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01 Class Introduction09:31
03 Creating a Collection From Existing Folder20:09
Class duration: 1h 23mSee all 5 lessons
About The Class
Organize Your Digital Images
So you’ve mastered Adobe® Lightroom® Develop sliders, but you’re still at a loss when you go looking for your favorite vacation picture. If you’re tired of staring at the "File Cannot Be Found" error message and praying that your picture magically appears, then this class is for you. RC Concepcion will show you his proven strategy for organizing your pictures, so you can stop worrying about them and get back to shooting. In this course, you’ll learn key concepts and techniques, from merging catalogs to using collection sets. RC will take a nontechnical approach to showing you how easy it is to finally get organized in Lightroom.
Adobe Lightroom Classic CC
Organizing a Collection from Different Folders15:26
Creating a Collection From Existing Folder20:09
Creating a Collection Set for Grouping16:56
Find a Missing File & Folder21:40
Rafael "RC" Concepcion
RC is an award winning photographer, podcast host, educator, and the author of 5 best-selling books on Photoshop®, Lightroom®, HDR, and how to get your images on the web. RC is also the founder of First Shot School, a mentoring academy for photographers and videographers looking for one-on-one instruction. ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
Lightroom Catalog Collections Sheet
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The classes are way too long for the amount of practical information on the topics addressed. The redundency of copying folders to Collections is not a practical way to deal with Collections. And a critical difference between Collections and Folders is that Collections and the images in them can be accessed from ALL the Modules, Folders cannot. He never even mentioned that until a student specifically asked about it. Not good and I know Raf knows his subject. To much talk, not enough action.
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