All new and updated for Lightroom Classic! Have you ever wished you could start your Lightroom catalog over from scratch and do it right? If you have, or if you are just starting to use Lightroom for this first time, then this class is for you. Join Scott Kelby as he walks you through his simplified Lightroom image management system (SLIM) that keeps his drive organized, his workflow simple, and his piece of mind intact. This is a class you’re going to want to watch in its entirety before you take action, but it may be just the thing you need to rethink how to use Lightroom from the ground up and see things in a new light. By the end of the class, you’ll have an organizational process for moving forward with confidence, clarity, and simplicity. (Watch the video above for a quick promo!)
Here’s what Scott covers in the class:
- Storing Your Photos
- Cloud Backup
- Organizing Your Photos
- Just One Catalog
- Use Collections
- Create Organizational Structure with Collection Sets and Collections
- Organizing a Shoot
- Making Selects
- Traps to Avoid
- Reevaluate Keywording
- Understand the Import Process
- Adding Automation
- Closing Tips
Get organized in Lightroom now with Scott Kelby’s 2019 Simplified Lightroom Image Management (SLIM) System.
Scott is the President and CEO of KelbyOne, is also the original “Photoshop Guy”, is the editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference, Training Director and instructor for KelbyOne Live Seminars, and author of a string of bestselling technology and photography books.
That is a great way to organize your Lightroom photos and (single!) catalog! Thanks for sharing.
It’s too bad that the use of collections sets with “full shoot”, “picks”, and “selects” collections is ruined by Adobe not supporting/syncing collections sets in LR Mobile… I love to do my first culling after a shoot on my iPad… but I need unique collection names to find my pictures since I don’t have collections. So unfortunately, no “full shoot”, “picks”, nor “selects” for me.