Managing Albums using Lightroom CC on the Web
Jun13

Managing Albums using Lightroom CC on the Web

Lightroom Classic vs Lightroom CC Lingo Before we go any further, I want to clarify terms. If you are coming from a Lightroom Classic world, then you are familiar with collections and collection sets. Collections contain your photos, and collection sets can contain other collection sets or collections. In Lightroom CC-land collections are called albums, and collection sets are called folders. In other words, in Lightroom CC you...

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Lightroom CC on the Web’s Gallery Feature
Jun06

Lightroom CC on the Web’s Gallery Feature

If you’ve ever synced a collection (album in Lightroom CC) from Lightroom Classic to Lightroom CC (formerly mobile), then you may be familiar with the functionality for sharing that collection by clicking the Make Public button that appears above the collection. Creating a Gallery from One or More Albums There’s another feature that I believe has a lot of potential but is still a work in progress. The basic premise is that...

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Common Lightroom Classic Stumpers
May30

Common Lightroom Classic Stumpers

Awhile back I wrote about the most common things Lightroom Classic hides on you, but based on recent questions to the KelbyOne Help Desk I’ve noted a number of common things that aren’t very obvious and tend to trip people up. One: Show Photos in Subfolders By default, Classic displays the total file count in each subfolder, and the parent folders show the total of all files stored in its root plus the total in all...

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Exporting and Importing a Keyword List
May23

Exporting and Importing a Keyword List

I got a question recently from someone who had exported a catalog to bring on a trip, and only later realized that the exported catalog did not contain all of the keywords from the master catalog. This is actually normal behavior. When you export a catalog from another catalog only data about the photos included in the catalog export will appear in the new catalog. I can understand the assumption that if you export a catalog, then the...

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Making Use of Thumbnail Badges in Lightroom Classic
May16

Making Use of Thumbnail Badges in Lightroom Classic

There are 6 badges that can appear on a thumbnail in the Grid view of the Library module or on the thumbs in the Filmstrip. From left to right: The tag shaped badge tells you that a keyword has been applied. The pin badge indicates the photo has location information (GPS). The double-boxes indicates the photo has been added to a collection. The dotted rectangle is that a crop has been applied. The +/– badge tells you that the photo...

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