A New Video Series On Lightroom Location Workflow & Catalog Management

by George on October 5, 2012

Green Shadows All Photographs © George A. Jardine

Ever since I started teaching Lightroom, it seems the biggest hurdle for photographers has always been setting up effective library organization. The Lightroom catalog is just a database, but the relationship of that database to your file system creates a lot more confusion than it should.

Then, even if you have a basic understanding of what Lightroom is doing, shooting on location presents yet one more challenge. How are you going to merge your location shoot into your master catalog once you’re back home?

Sunset Over Lake Como

This new video series tackles both problems. With 11 tutorials (3 hours of video), my goal is to give you the confidence and the tools to master your digital photo library, whether you’re working at home, or going on location.

So take a trip with me to the lake villages of Northern Italy, where we discover all of Lightroom’s little hidden secrets. After that, we dissect three essential workflow ideas for shooting on location, and finally, bring it all back home, to integrate your latest adventure into your master library.

Pink Hotel

Click here to see more details on the Lightroom Location Workflow & Catalog Management video series.

Click here to see a few more photos from the workshop.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Jed best October 6, 2012 at 2:24 PM

Another great Lightroom tutorial by George. Superb production and chock full of info for both the novice and advance user.

Terrific!

Ian Lyons October 7, 2012 at 2:30 PM

George does it again! Excellent tutorials! This series addresses the aspects of the Lightroom workflow that even the most seasoned users should find useful.

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