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Cull multiple images from several imports into a single location?

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Millhouse83

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I want to organize many images in my catalog taken over the course of many years in to one location in Lightroom. I am looking for suggestion on the correct workflow: to first select all the images across multiple imports; second, edit all images after I have chosen them from my catalog.
 
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That is what (smart) collections are for.
 

PhilBurton

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Victoria has a free ebook about Lightroom. Maybe you should start with that. Click on the 'Freebees' menu at the top.
And her paid book is the best reference that I have found for Lightroom. Well worth the money and the time spent to read it.

Phil Burton
 
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And her paid book is the best reference that I have found for Lightroom. Well worth the money and the time spent to read it.
Making me blush. Thanks guys.
 
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