Whether you have 5,000 or 500,000 images in your photo library, we’re all taking more photos these days. As a result, keeping them organized is a challenge like never before.
Staying up-to-date with ever-evolving software, wrapping our heads around what metadata is, how best to keyword, what folder structure we should use, knowing when to star, flag or color label our images—all of this can seem overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be.
With a solid understanding of the tools available to you, managing your photo library can be relatively easy and actually make you a more productive and creative photographer.
In this guide, nature photographer, Adobe Lightroom expert and author of Creative Workflow in Lightroom Jason Bradley introduces the most important concepts and tips for using the array of tools available to get your photo library organized—and keep it that way.