DAM Useful Publishing DVD: The DAM Book Guide to Organizing your Photos with Lightroom 5

DAM Useful Publishing DVD: The DAM Book Guide to Organizing your Photos with Lightroom 5

DAM Useful Publishing DVD: The DAM Book Guide to Organizing your Photos with Lightroom 5

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  • Multimedia eBook
  • Tips for Organizing your Photographs
  • Author: Peter Krogh
  • Pages: 208
  • Video: 7 Hours
  • Format: PDF
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The DAM Book Guide to Organizing your Photos with Lightroom 5 from DAM Useful Publishing is a DVD that features a 208-page multimedia eBook that contains about 7 hours of video. It was created by author Peter Krogh and offers a variety of tips and techniques for organizing your photographs using Adobe's Lightroom 5 software. The included eBook comes in PDF format for viewing on a wide variety of devices.

Table of Contents
Introduction
My assumptions about the reader
About the demonstration movies
What about organizing my videos
Sustainability
How this book is organized
Chapter 1: Store, Tag, Create
This chapter lays out basic organization principles for your images.

Creating an organized library
Storing the photos
Organizing with tags
Creating projects
The Lightroom Catalog
Adding intelligence to your image collection
Start big and subdivide
Multiple Files and Multiple Versions
Sample Import workflow
Chapter 2: The Lightroom Catalog
This chapter gives an overview of basic catalog storage and care.

What we'll cover in this chapter
Catalog basics
The elements of a catalog
The ideal number of catalogs is 1
Lightroom catalog storage
Working with offline photos?
Managing catalog size with preview settings
Merging your existing catalogs
Merge, or start over?
Catalog merging workflow
Lightroom catalog backup
Make backup copies of your catalog
Make backup versions of the catalog
Using the Backup .lrcat to rollback a catalog
Metadata Writeback
Chapter 3: Photo Storage
This chapter describes good practices for storage and backup. This includes recommendation for storage media, folder structure, file names, and backup processes.

Our goals for file storage
Hard drive types
Folder structures
Parent, Year, Month, Project
When you outgrow your Photo Library
Size-limited buckets
Collecting legacy photos
File naming
Making a file naming preset
File backup
File and folder handling in Lightroom
Checking for completeness and integrity
Chapter 4: Finding & Filtering with Tags
This chapter describes tagging and organizing your library as well as how to use the Library Filter and Smart Collections.

Creating useful tags
Who, What, When, Where, Why and How (good)?
Choosing a source to filter
Using the Library Filter bar
Using ratings and flags
Making filter presets
Using Smart Collections
Using labels
Stacking
Chapter 5: Keywords
This chapter explains the purpose and usage of keywords.

Using keywords
Building your keyword structure
Getting started
Tag your shoots
Adding keywords while you search
The Keyword List
The Keywording Panel
Finding images without keywords
Chapter 6: Metadata Presets
This chapter discusses the use of Metadata Presets and how they work.

Metadata preset basics
Preset strategy
Creating custom presets
Make location presets
Making a preset to remove all tags
Chapter 7: Location Tags
This chapter presents strategies for making GPS tags as well as use of the Map Module.

Privacy issues
Map tag or location name tag?
Adding place names
Adding location tag names to a large collection
Adding GPS tags with the Map module
Adding GPS tags with a tracklog
Chapter 8: Collections and Projects
This chapter details how Collections work and how best to utilize them.

Shoots and portfolios
Collections are the hub of your projects
Working with Collections
Organizing your Collections
Managing a shoot with Collections
Managing a portfolio project with Collections
Module Creations
Making a Collection "Permanent"
Chapter 9: Using Publish Services
This chapter explains the purpose of and how to use publish services.

What does Publish do?
Basic hard drive publishing
Publish to Sharing Services
Push images out to social media
Deliver shoots
Upload online portfolios
Backup your most valuable photos
Publish Services details
Chapter 10: Managing Derivative Files
This chapter details working with files that are sent to other programs for additional work.

Keep it simple
Why make derivative files?
Storing derivate files
Naming derivative files
Virtual Copies and Snapshots
Store and Stack with Original
Export and Forget
dedicated derivative storage
Export for another application
Export to Derivatives Folder and catalog
Re-catalog Master Files only
What about the derivatives I already have?
Consult The DAM Book

Afterword

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Author Peter Krogh
Publisher DAM Useful Publishing
Pages 208
Video 7 hours
Format eBook: PDF
Packaging Infodtteuaaysffqza
Package Weight 0.03 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.0 x 5.0 x 0.1"
DVD: The DAM Book Guide to Organizing your Photos with Lightroom 5 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best money you will spend this year! First let me say that I'm a semi-pro photographer with a Lightroom catalog that recently reached 200,000+ photos. I've looked at hundreds of tutorials and read tons of books and blogs over the years. I've learned a lot, but have had to sift through TONS of extraneous info and techniques. I've bought other course and tutorials and pretty thought I'd seen everything. When I saw some samples of Peter's, I noticed that a 7 minute video of his had distilled more best practices than hours of other instructions combined. Let's just say this is FILLED with aha moments. I have to say that although I've used Lightroom for years, there were so many basic features I didn't understand and basic concepts I didn't grasp. Peter is a GREAT teacher who been there, done that. My tagging was kind of a mess. I didn't even really get to the stars because I couldn't decide on a system to stick with. I feel like my looking is over. And he really makes you understand how to get the most value out of your collection whether your a hobbyist or pro. We've all been there wasting time finding pictures we want, or doing busy work deleting crummy shots and on and on with non productive busy work. You really see how to give your collection value in the way you tag, sort and creatively make up your collections. This can only come from a man whose possessed with making the whole process a creative and efficient one. You will wonder what you would have done without this knowledge. Look no further. : >
Date published: 2014-04-28
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