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Rating your images in Photoshop Lightroom

By Chris Orwig

Adobe Systems has graciously provided some clips for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. These particular clips feature host Chris Orwig.

In this movie, host Chris Orwig sets up his Lightroom workspace to rate his images. He goes throught the process, detailing what shortcut keys he pushes to set up his workspace, and then proceeds to look at his images. He then whittles his images down to just the ones that he wants to rate.

Chris works fairly fast thanks to the shortcut keys that he calls out, and is able to rate and crop images fairly quickly on an as needed basis. Chris also stresses to be flexible when rating and editing out your images.


Rating your images


Rating your images

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Chris Orwig is a faculty member of Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, CA. He is a professional freelance photographer, interactive designer, educator, and consultant. Included among his clients are companies such as Disney, Nissan, Activision, and J-Records. Yet, more important to him than his client list is his passion for photography. Chris describes this passion with the words of the great photographer Marc Riboud, "Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second."
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