Jump to content

Recommended Posts

Jump to next slide >>

The Metadata Panel is awesome. The vital statistics of every photo are at the top, then you can drill down to find every single piece of info you could ever need:

metadatapanel.thumb.png.e0e83da55ddb45ccfe3e76793dc35aaf.png

The Keywords Panel will be familiar to anyone coming from Lightroom. It’s pre-populated with some fairly useless ones, but you can build up your own library of keywords here:

Panels-Keywords.png.6f5ff5293e2bb6a80de60245e6ea851c.png

The Filter Panel is even more awesome than the Metadata one. At a stroke, you can organise your images by any parameters you wish. We’ll be talking MUCH more about this panel later in the class:

temp.png.273fb765c601f9dabacfaa886b02c7e0.png

Continue >>

  • Like 2
Link to comment

There are quite a few Filters missing on my display, but they are checked in the categories folder.  I would like File Type on my panel.  I've tried unchecking a few to see if only a certain number can be displayed on the panel, no luck. 

Link to comment
5 hours ago, mrlang30 said:

There are quite a few Filters missing on my display

Filters only appear in that list when there is something to filter.  If you haven't rated any files yet, "Ratings" won't be there.  But as soon as you give a star rating to one of the files, Ratings will appear.  Or, if there are only jpegs in a folder, File Type won't be there.  But as soon as you add another kind of file to the folder, then File Type appears.  Do you see what I mean?

  • Like 1
Link to comment

I searched Adobe's info as well, but couldn't find this answer. Is there a way to filter by, or only see, images "locked" or "tagged" in camera (on a Canon), as Photo Mechanic does?  

Link to comment

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
×
×
  • Create New...