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Thu, Mar 31, 2011 12:58 AM

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Lightroom & Bridge: More color labels for picture classification

Hi there.I'd like to have a simple but dramatically (imo) new feature in the next Lightroom updates (besides Photoshop and Bridge of course), the possibility to create MORE COLOR LABELS, using all the list of colors you can find -for example- in the TextEdit preferences when u write a text and then you change its color to grey, different kind of yellows, green and so on.The Adobe list of labels is too short at the moment. Thanks for the attention.

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a year ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Lightroom Classic: Create additional colour labels.

Following a query on the Facebook messenger, I have been asked to put forward a suggestion that it should be possible to create additional colour labels within Lightroom. This follows on from our photo club's use of Lightroom in judging our safari competitions were members team up to take a series of photographs on a given route and subjects. The photos are then judged live on an allocated night with each team being awarded points according to the placing of their photos. Up till now this has not been problem as only up to 5 teams have entered and we have been able to allocate each team an individual colour label and thereafter awarding asterisks to reflect the placing. We now have over 5 teams taking part and are unable to add any further colour labels. Whilst in most cases 5 is adequate allowing individuals to create additional colour labels can be of benefit ( different labels could be allocated to different types of photos - landscape, seascape, formal portraits, informal portraits, sky scapes, townscapes, flora, fauna etc.).