I don’t often get questions about how to apply keywords to photos, but I do hear from people who are struggling to regain a bit of order over an unruly keyword list, so it is to them that I devote this column. Unfortunately, there is no magic wand to wave and automatically fix a disorganized keyword list, you’ll need to roll up your sleeves, put the kettle on, and just get down to business.
New guest post up on Photofocus.com on Two Fast Ways to Apply Develop Settings to Multiple Photos in Lightroom. Here’s the steps I use for applying the same crop to multiple photos …
- Before You Start
- Develop Module
Ever since writing Lightroom for Dummies I’ve had the idea to teach a class based on the most common topics people are asking about. Topics they are either not finding covered in books or seminars or are just not covered in a format that allows them to ask questions and learn while doing. To that end I am extremely pleased to have the opportunity to teach that exact course in an online format through the Perfect Picture School of Photography (PPSOP)!
The name of the post is Avoiding Problems + Improving Performance = Happy Lightroom User and with it I tried to cover the basic tips that account for nearly a third of the problems people ask me about. It may seem simple, but you’d be surprised how often it comes up and how easy it can be to overlook.