If you’re someone who literally shakes in your boots at the thought of having to organize your post-apocalyptic Lightroom catalog, this class is for you. If you follow my guidance and workflow, you’ll be surprised how easy organizing your images can become! With a little work and two pertinent pieces of information, you’ll be able to access any image ever taken in a milli-second!GET STARTED
In this introduction, I go over the crucial importance of backing up your files and organization. I’ll also touch on what we will learn in this course.
A little of how I learned file management from hard-won experience and why organization begins with proper file structure and hard drive organization.
In this lesson, I will show you how to properly import photos via Lightroom with all proper settings for preview sizes, smart previews, and assigning metadata.
I am going to teach you the best ways to rename your images and the problems with renaming folders outside of Lightroom and how you can fix this.
In this lesson, I am going to help you tackle a disorganized archive to get it a perfectly sorted structure that you can easily search and reference.
It can be super stressful to select images in Lightroom with a client next to you so in this lesson I teach you my tricks for being proficient in this scenario.
In this lesson, I teach you how to roundtrip the image to Photoshop for retouching and then the best possible export settings for your final images.
You must, must, must, must back up your images and in this lesson, I show you my failsafe systems for ensuring I never lose a single shot.
Some final words on why this will be one of the most important courses you have ever done as a photographer.
Organization and back up is one of the most crucial actions you must do and in this course I’ll teach you the best practices to keep your photos safe and easily accessible.Buy Now