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Fri, Feb 8, 2019 10:04 AM

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Lightroom: Adjustment brushes organizer

It would be a great idea to have an organizer in the adjustment brushes menu in Lightroom so we can categorize our brushes in a custom folders and sub folders because loading a dozen of brushes I brought other photographers make my list so long and hard to navigate through. 
The organizer may have some other features like Import/Export for single brushes or for the folders.

This conversation has been merged. Please refer the main conversation:

Lightroom: Ability to organize adjustment brush presets (e.g. Folders)

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112 Points

2 years ago

I agree with this idea too.  Similar to the way Profiles are organized into folders, we need the same capability for Brushes too.  I have over 200+ brushes and the archaic way to display a gigantic list of brushes is extremely cumbersome and scrolling through is very painful.

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Out of interest, how many of those brushes do you use regularly? And for what?

Victoria Bampton a.k.a. The Lightroom Queen

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4 Messages

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112 Points

2 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Better organization of Adjustment Brushes.

Since there was no movement for other similar ideas that were created over 3 years ago, creating another idea now.  Similar to the way Profiles are organized into folders, we need the same capability for Brushes too.  I have over 200+ brushes and the archaic way to display a gigantic list of brushes which fits into one screen width and then scrolling through that list is extremely cumbersome, painful and time consuming.  I am sure others use Brushes a lot and if you have purchased about 30-40 brush preset, selecting or finding a brush preset is utterly impossible with the current approach.