If you’re a regular Lightroom user then you’ll know just how fast your Lightroom Catalogue can grow. It’s not unusual to find photographers with tens of thousands of images in a single catalogue. Of course Lightroom offers up several ways to manage your ever growing catalogue, including making sets and collections of images, which can be really big help.
In this video tutorial I’m going to take a look at how you can use the Library Filter to drill down into a Lightroom catalogue or collection and find photo’s based on certain criteria. For example we’ll look at how you can see photos that were taken on a certain date, or discover just the photos taken with your favourite lens or even find just the photos taken in portrait format.
All this and more can be done with just a few clicks and could save you a tonne of time.
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