The initial act of sifting through a bulky project can be a daunting task. When a shoot is complete, thoughts are typically confined to the stack(s) of material awaiting our review. One simple approach to initially reviewing a project is to take advantage of the filtering power of Lightroom to aid in the selection process.
When faced with a folder of work to analyze and compare, Library Filters are a close ally in making informed selections and establishing a firm direction for organizing and storing each project. Let’s take a quick tour of the filter panels and how to access them in both Lightroom and Bridge:
Whether sifting through a range of test shots or dialing in final selections, applying a few simple filters can dramatically simplify the process.
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