In this second and final part of using Keyword Tags, I will cover the very basics of using previously assigned tags to quickly find your photos.
There many other ways to find images in Lightroom Classic. Additionally, keywords queries can be structured in a variety of ways to do more sophisticated searches. But the material here should get you started at least.
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It has been awhile since I have posted any tutorials, so I thought I better do one. Actually, I was going to post one big one, but I have decided to break it into two or three parts.
Although Lightroom was initially developed to help professional photographers manage their huge collection of photographs, it has evolved over the years.
It has steadily acquired more advanced editing capabilities. Now more and more people use it for their prime photo editor and only draw on Photoshop CC when they absolutely must. Consequently, most of the current written information deals with the Develop Module, sometimes ignoring the Library Module or using it incorrectly, thus generating unnecessary problems for themselves.
In Part 2, I’ll cover how to quickly find your images using your assigned keyword. So stay tuned. If you found this to be helpful, please give it a star rating at the top. Better yet, please leave a comment or share it with others. Thank you.