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Watch: Bad Adobe Lightroom Habits That Could Slow You Down
By Mikelle Leow, 11 Sep 2018
Video screenshot via B&H Photo Video
Previously, you learned about time-wasting habits that could severely reduce your productivity level while using Photoshop.
This time, photography expert Tim Grey has introduced 17 mistakes you might be guilty of committing on Adobe Lightroom.
Speaking at the B&H Photo Event Space, Grey recommends valuable ways to tweak your folder strategy, leverage keywords, use presets, properly integrate your work with Photoshop, and more.
The entire tutorial lasts an hour-and-a-half, so you might want to skip to the parts you’re most concerned about if you are pressed for time. A breakdown of the video’s contents with their respective time stamps have been included beneath the clip.
3:57—Not understanding Lightroom
9:08—Choosing the wrong Lightroom
14:31—Using multiple catalogs
16:28—Not making the most of import
28:08—Having a confused folder strategy
32:24—Being careless with date-based folders
34:13—Starting anything outside of Lightroom
41:12—Forgetting “fake” keywords
42:38—Not preserving metadata
54:02—Getting lost on the map
1:03:11—Forgetting about search options
1:14:07—Leveraging photoshop improperly
1:25:25—Not planning beyond Lightroom
[via Fstoppers, video and cover image via B&H Photo Video]
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