There are a number of different tutorials and videos available regarding Lightroom workflow; I’ve learned from several of them and have incorporated them into my own way of doing things. You can find some of these tutorials through our ‘Lightroom Links‘ post. Many people seem to ‘focus’ (pun intended) on Lightroom’s ability to render RAW files into usable digital images, but of course it does much more than that. At its heart, Lightroom is a database, a way of cataloguing and organizing one’s digital library. Used well, Lightroom makes it easy to discover, sort and group one’s images in a meaningful way. You can read more on that in our ‘Should I Get Lightroom or Photoshop or…?‘ post.
Before I begin discussing my workflow, I wanted to mention a few personal preferences: Continue Reading →