Making the Most of Color Labels in Lightroom Classic: Part 2
Following up from my post last week on applying color labels to photos, I wanted to share how you can extend that practice to folders and collections too.Applying Color Labels to Folders and CollectionsIn the last couple of years Adobe has added the ability to color code folders and collections. Like with photos, you’ll want to give some good thought into how this might make sense to you. In my case, I extended the way I apply color labels to photos to color code the folders and collections that contain those photos. In my case, I’ve decided that red is for focus stack components, yellow is for HDR, green is for HDR panos, blue is for panos, and purple is just for folders that contain more than one type of those groupings (for example, a folder with both HDR sources and pano…
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