Practical Uses for Filtering for Your Workflow in Lightroom 3
(The Lightroom video tutorial in this post is just under the introductory text below. The working files for this article can be downloaded below.)
Filtering is not only useful for finding particular images, it is also extremely useful in the post production workflow.
Filtering can be used for reviewing images on certain cameras, applying presets or develop settings to images that fit certain metadata attributes, etc.
In this Lightroom video tutorial, we are going to dive right into the nitty gritty of the Library Module Filters while providing you practical real world examples on how filtering can help you in your photographic workflow.
Note: These images have been provided to the SLR Lounge users courtesy of Lin and Jirsa Photography and Undfind for educational purposes only.
Full RAW Exercise Files (552MB) – For faster connections. The full RAW files will allow you to follow the tutorials while achieving the exact same results as shown.
JPEG Exercise Files (129MB) – For slower connections. The JPEG files will allow you to follow the tutorials, although the results may vary due to not having the image details of the full RAW file.
Lightroom Catalog – There are no new changes made to the Lightroom Catalog in this article.
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