Mastering Photo Organization with Lightroom

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Lightroom presents a powerful set of tools for storing, classifying, and selecting your photos: so many tools, in fact, that most users can’t figure out which ones to use and how to use them efficiently. 

Join Digital Asset Management guru Peter Krogh for an enlightening presentation on photo organization with Lightroom 5. He explains his method to Store, Tag, Create, and how this method brings clarity to his Lightroom workflow, and how it can help yours, too. Learn how to integrate folders, keywords, locations, and collections to make an organized photo library. 

Krogh discusses his simple approach to Lightroom workflow, and then demonstrates that method, working with a library of more than 70,000 images, shot over the course of a decade. This method allows you to streamline your workflow, getting assignments out the door as fast as possible. Krogh also demonstrates how Store, Tag, Create lets you find images from across your collection easily, and put them together in interesting and valuable ways. And all of this can be done with maximum security for the images. 

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I have never used Lightroom, so although very light-weight, it was an informative introduction. 

I am getting a lot of positive feedback via email

Hi I have a Mac with Apture Elements11 also iPhoto 11 I am looking at Lightroom after seeing this promo.

Please can you give me some gidence as to the best program to use?

I am coping slides from a ScanMakeri900 about 900 to do, pluss I have on my Mac some 13000 images. 

I have a 1terabite backup and a Apple Time Capsule 1terbite.

I am looking to caterlog all my photo's in the right place.

Adobe Lightroom is a fantastic option for cataloging your image database. In fact, you can import images into their own catalogs based on their subjects, date, or any other type of categorization of your choosing, as well as being able to batch edit entire catalogs with a desired setting.