11. An Overview of My Workflow
Now that you have a solid command of how to use Lightroom, you’ll find that making and developing images comes quite easily. The harder part of the equation will be, what do you do when your computer fills up? Or what happens when you are using an external hard drive to store your images and it fills up? I often tell photographers that Lightroom is a program that organizes your images first and then happens to develop them. To truly master it, you’ll need to develop a solid workflow strategy.
After teaching thousands of students online and in live seminars, I’ve learned that it’s this part of the process that people find the most elusive. This lesson isn’t intended to be a follow-along step-by-step ...