Recently I covered the local horse races. Which broke down to 12 Races a day every Saturday for eight weeks. Each Week was contained into its own individual Folder on my drive, Tagged & Dated. I'd then go edit every week individually in Lightroom. Note: I used two Cameras each week & each Camera has its own Folder for each weeks races. So stacking Photos from multiple folders is not an option, because Lightroom doesn't allow it... : /
Now since I have to take & print peoples orders, the biggest annoyance for me was to visually separate each race (12 Races a day) when searching for a specific race in any given day in grid view.
The best way to do this is by using the Color Labels to separate each individual race I shot on any given race day. Unfortunately there are only 5 color Labels to choose from & I'm dealing with 12 races a day. Note: I do Shoot a Blank with the lens cover on between each race to help with visual separation, but it's not enough.
So there's a real need for me to have a border range of color labels for me to choose from & utilize. I'm not going to put each race for each week into individual Folders, that's a total waste of time & productivity for me. There really needs to be more color labels to choose from.
People have to understand that Lightroom gets used for a broad range of Photography & with that wide range we cannot all be contempt with what has become basically, locked in features & tools sets, no mater how useful they are. There needs to be some leeway & consideration for other peoples editing styles.
I really hope Adobe can add extra colors in. A choice of just 5 is not really good enough anymore. Please allow me to make my workflow & editing easier for my next racing event.
Thank you sincerely,
I have been looking at another product that has 10 color labels. I ilke this option and would like to see more different color labels available in Lightroom. I doubt I will switch based on this feature alone but it is one I value highly.
I know that the key numbers 0-9 are used to add color labels and the star (1 to 5).
But it would be great to add some more color tags (even if they can't have a shortcut, they could be added by script and manually).
Only 5 color labels some times isn't enough.
I would love to have more than six color labels available in Bridge; or the ability to make custom colors for sorting purposes. I will retouch folders of images and I use the color labels to sort by category. It is so much easier to sort by color instead of by ratings.
Please Someone from adobe Lightroom......Such a simple request, I have gone back a number of years. this has been requested so many times!!! Simply to have more color labels available!!! 5 colors is simply NOT enough! Thank you
Me gustaría saber si hay usuarios de Lightroom a quien las cinco etiquetas de color actuales parecen ser insuficientes.
Actualmente ya hay muchos programas de edición, que ofrecen seis y hasta nueve etiquetas de color para poder asignar a las imágenes. Los cinco actuales puede ser suficiente para algunos usuarios, pero para muchos otros, nos sería muy útil para ponerse en contacto con un poco más. Creo que para los ingenieros de Adobe, no sería difícil incluir un poco más de color.¿Es esto posible en una futura actualización?
Please Adobe increase the number of available color labels. The small number currently supported is one of the drivers forcing me to review alternative products.
It would be appropriate to be able to customize the attributes panel, being able to add a maximum of ten stars and ten colors. On many occasions, especially for jobs where it is necessary to differentiate and classify images, it would be good to have more options to add more stars and colors.
If I thought about it, I suppose I could come up with a combination of colours and stars that would double the number of options. Something like Yellow + * = VERY Yellow.
yellow + * = pale yellow,
yellow + ** = dusky yellow,
yellow + *** = vanilla yellow,
yellow + *** = bright yellow, and
yellow + ***** = dazzling yellow
and that makes 25 (somewhat clumsy) options.
More colours - compatible w/ Bridge (as someone has pointed out) - would be better... .