How to Use Collections in Adobe Lightroom 5

How to Use Collections in Adobe Lightroom 5

Earlier this week I shared and article about using Collections in Adobe Lightroom 5 instead of the actual library folders to make changes to your images. I realized after posting that article, that I only knew the basics of using collections and I really didn’t know the power it has and maybe new users and even seasoned users may not know how to use collections in Adobe Lightroom 5. So today, I decided to share a quick video on how to use collections.

How to Use Collections in Adobe Lightroom 5

After Scott Kelby’s recommendation about using collections, I started looking more collections. My current file structure works pretty well even though it needs some changes.

For the last few months, I noticed that when I revisited locations months I would forget where those images were stored. After realizing that this is a giant time suck I decided to combine all my completed work for location/subject into one folder.  But before I make this change, I wanted to look into how to use collections.

The first place I looked was Adobe TV. They have a ton of great videos and a list of beginner Lightroom Videos that would talk about collections. While looking through the library of videos, I came across one that would help. It was actually part of a beginner series for lightroom.

In the series Getting Started With Lightroom by Julieanne Kost there is section called Lightroom 5 – Creating Custom Collections of Images. In this section, Julieanne does a great job of demonstrating how to use collections and even goes into detail about why you would want to use collections.

Lightroom 5 – Creating Custom Collections of Images

If you are interested in Collections and how to use collections, you definitely need to check out this video.

About James

James spends most of his free time using social media and loves to teach others about design, web development, CSS, SEO, and social media. He is addicted to Wordpress, social media, and technology. You can reach him on his personal website, Evolutionary Designs Blog, Do not forget to follow him on Twitter @element321

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