When working with large numbers of photos, traditional file system level folders and file names can quickly become unwieldy. Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Digikam, and Apple Photo are a few of the photo library management tools that make it easy to tag images with keywords, add descriptions and captions, and automatically recognize faces in large numbers of images. This 90-minute session will provide an overview of Adobe Lightroom and how to use it for three image workflow cases:
- Scanning a set of images and identifying people in each image
- Correcting exposure, contrast and other problems on a group of images from a single roll of film
- Publishing a set of images to Flickr, Facebook and a website
The session is sponsored by the Dallas Genealogical Society Technology Special Interest Group.