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246 Points

Sun, Sep 22, 2019 2:52 AM

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Lightroom Classic - Create a bookmark

When editing a large job it would be super helpful to be able to bookmark where i'm up to so that I don't need to search through everything to find it. I don't want to use any of the rating tools as they are already part of my workflow

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237 Messages

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4.7K Points

a year ago

You can use a Smart Catalog to keep track of your recent edits.

--Steve Gandy - stevegandy.com/photography

237 Messages

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4.7K Points

Smart Collection, I meant to say. I think one of the built in is called Recently Modified or something similar.

--Steve Gandy - stevegandy.com/photography

68 Messages

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1.5K Points

I have a group of keywords I use to help me keep track of the status of my images. They are grouped under a top level hierarchy of “status”. Keywords such as edited, to edit, uploaded, etc., enable me to instantly find where I left off, and what I have yet to do.

Before quitting an editing session, I select all the edited images and check the “edited” box. Next time I start editing, it takes only a few seconds for a simple keyword search of the project folder to tell me where I need to start.

3 Messages

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80 Points

2 months ago

I agree... I would like a bookmark too.  All of the other suggests work but are more time consuming.  I use favorites to ID the folder, but I don't always finish a folder.  Also if I have gone somewhere else after working on a folder, it would be nice to click on a bookmark to take me back to where I was sorting photos, keywording or developing a group of photos.  This seems like an easy thing to add.

237 Messages

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4.7K Points

2 months ago

Another idea is to always use a specific color tag to indicate the last image processed.

--Steve Gandy - stevegandy.com/photography

3 Messages

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80 Points

@steve_gandy I would have to repurpose what i already use the colors for.

237 Messages

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4.7K Points

Yes, if you already use all the colors for a specific purpose that wouldn't work. Maybe a specific keyword, or add the last edited to the Quick Collection.

--Steve Gandy - stevegandy.com/photography

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80 Points

Either of those would work, but I think that a bookmark would be useful to many and not be a major programing change.