Bonus Video – Culling And Sorting A Shoot (1:01:35) You cannot view this unit as you're not logged in yet. Post navigationPrevious post: Bonus Video – Import Quick Start (14:17)Next post: Video 28 – People And Face Recognition (15:03) 24 thoughts on “Bonus Video – Culling And Sorting A Shoot (1:01:35)” Jeff Levine March 8, 2020 Do you have some sort of designation (flag, keyword etc) for a file that you have completed your post processing on? Thanks Reply Henri March 15, 2020 Hello Steve, Just completed the whole course. It was often an eyeopener for me. Thought I knew Lightroom but after I followed all episodes I realized it was only a fraction… Thank you and I am curious to see the Develope mode course (and I hope it will not last long! Excuse my bad English… Thanks again Henri Reply Steve_Perry March 15, 2020 Thanks so much! Reply Tobie Oosthuizen March 21, 2020 Thanks Steve, I am really enjoying the series, lots of tips and shortcuts. Reply rgudramovics March 22, 2020 What a great series. At first, I thought why would I need to purchase this class but after taking it I realized how much more powerful the Library module is in LR. This class is a must for everyone using LR, Thanks for making it. Bob Reply Steve_Perry March 24, 2020 Hi Bob – Thanks for the kind words! If you don’t mind, could you put your review on the page below? (you’ll have to scroll down to see the input box) https://bcgwebstore.com/product/bcg-lightroom-course-1-the-library-module-file-handling-importing/#reviews Thanks again! Reply John Nixon March 23, 2020 I thought I knew a lot about lightroom and you proved me wrong. I enjoyed the course tremendously and look forward to the Develop module that I hope you are developing. Reply Steve_Perry March 24, 2020 Thanks John! If you don’t mind, would you consider putting your thoughts on the review page below? (You have to scroll down to get to the “review” box. https://bcgwebstore.com/product/bcg-lightroom-course-1-the-library-module-file-handling-importing/#reviews Thanks! Reply tracy March 23, 2020 For anyone using Lightroom, this course is a must have. Steve explains the material in a very easy way to follow. I have only been using a small percentage of what Lightroom could do. Thanks to Steve, I can now use Lightroom in the way it was intended to be used. Reply Steve_Perry March 24, 2020 Thanks so much! If you don’t mind, can you put your review at the page below? (You have to scroll down to see the box). I’d really appreciate it – thanks again! https://bcgwebstore.com/product/bcg-lightroom-course-1-the-library-module-file-handling-importing/#reviews Reply Ronald Boggs March 25, 2020 Just completed video series. It was great for someone that is getting started with Lightroom. I will refer back to video series as a reference to the Lightroom Library Module. Can not wait till the Develop Module series is available. Thanks Steve. Reply otejedag March 27, 2020 Steve, Thank you for the Circle B site in Fl. it was worth the trip. I am back home now and I tried to visit some of the LR videos and all of them are a green screen with sound and no video. What am I doing wrong? Thank you, Octavio Tejeda Reply Steve_Perry March 28, 2020 That’s odd – I just checked a few and everything looks normal. Did you download them to your computer or are you watching them via the website? If you downloaded them, problaby need to redownload – something went wrong. If it was thought the website, the server may have been having an issue. Reply David Eichler March 30, 2020 Hey Steve – Great as always. I am over the moon thhrilled that I got to see how you cull pictures, especially wildlife. This will save me hours! Two questions. If I have edited down/developed a group of images in LR on one computer what is the best way to move them to another? And, do you recommend a tutorial on Develop while we wait for yours? Thanks d Reply Steve_Perry March 31, 2020 Thanks! There are a few ways to get the catalogs together. I think the easier may be to export the entire catalog as a new Lightroom catalog onto an external hard drive and then follow the instructions in the Laptop on the road video for merging the catalogs together. Reply Carlos Letelier G April 2, 2020 Thank you very much Steve for this enlightening course. I just finished it. Although I have used Lightroom for more than 5 years, I learned a lot of new features and tricks. The same happened to me with your books on Autofocus and Exposure for Nikon cameras. I am looking forward to a new course about Lightroom Development Module. Reply dave sproul April 4, 2020 I learned a lot about LR capabilities / processing and identified a lot of “bad” time consuming processes I currently use. Now I have to modify/change the “bad” time consuming processes that I had developed and start using some of the capabilities you identified and I expect a great time saving in processing photos after the relearning is done. Thank you for our time and effort. Reply j587tighe April 10, 2020 Hi Steve, When do you think your editing course will be available? Thank you Reply Steve_Perry April 10, 2020 Good question 🙂 I’m really not sure. These video courses are incredibly difficult to do (you can’t imagine the number of retakes because I forgot to mention something or tripped over of word, or figure out a way to be more clear with an explanation), so I’m currently working on the Z series AF book 🙂 I just wasn’t ready to dive into another 10+ hour series. Once the AF book is done, I’ll be turning my attention back to Lightroom. I hope to have the book out by late May, early June. Not sure how long it will take to get the Develop module done after that – I’m more interested in good content than rushing. Reply Richard Guijt April 20, 2020 Thanks for these videos Steve. Most of the items you talked about I are ready know / use, but I did pick up some new tricks and tricks that can be implemented in my workflow. The most useful tip for me was using a laptop and merging the catalogs, I have always been moving around my primary catalog from the laptop to desktop and visa versa. I am looking forward to editing part of this video workshop. Best regards, Richard Reply Robert Mee May 8, 2020 Steve – Just finished the course and I am very impressed with the organization and presentation of the material. I’ve used LR for almost 5 years and these videos increased my understanding of several concepts and provided many excellent tips for more efficient use of the library module. I will certainly be revisiting some of the videos for further clarification when the need arises. The table of contents will definitely facilitate navigating through the various topics. It’s obvious that a lot of time, attention to detail and LR experience went into the design of the course. Looking forward to the Develop Module course. Thanks Reply Steve_Perry May 11, 2020 Thanks! I’m glad you enjoyed it. They do take a LOT of time to put together! Reply Steven Funk August 11, 2020 Excellent course! I worked through the course slowly to allow time to practice what I learned. I’ve been using LR for 3 years. Previously, I carefully read a very good book on LR by the “Lightroom Queen” which clearly helped. I’ve also taken another video course. However, your course was definitely the easiest to follow and I learned the most from your very practical and easy-to-follow recommendations and demonstrations. Reply John Waters October 21, 2020 Hi Steve, Thanks for a brilliant course. I have learnt so much about LR which I never knew could be done. Yes, I’ve had to spread out the learning from March until now because of all the other things that happen in life. However, it is very easy to pick up as and when even though there were often long gaps between looking at the videos. You are an excellent presenter and tutor. Looking forward to the other LR modules and hopefully Photoshop. Have just bought your Focus Shift Workshop so that should keep me entertained until the next LR workshop! Thanks again. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.