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For some of us it comes naturally, and for others it feels like a chore, but getting your photo library organized (and keeping it that way) is incredibly freeing and is pretty much guaranteed to improve your photo experience both in the computer and out in the field.

Pro photographer and Adobe Lightroom expert Jason Bradley simplifies this seemingly complex task and breaks it down into manageable, understandable steps you can take that will make your organization process streamlined now—and into the future.

In his upcoming webinar, “Tidying Up: Lightroom Tools For Organization,” Bradley will explain how you can use Lightroom’s sophisticated organization features to take the work out of managing your photo library, whether you shoot hundreds of photos a year or thousands of photos a month.

In this two-part series, he’s covering everything from the basics of how Lightroom tracks file locations and your adjustments, to more advanced concepts like using keywords and features like Smart Collections.

Join us on Thursday, June 25 at 10 a.m. PST for this one-hour exploration of the essential concepts to solve your photo library organization frustrations for good. The cost to attend this webinar is just $20, but the knowledge you’ll gain will pay dividends for years to come.

Outdoor Photographer members get free access to the webinar, as well as the previous webinar in this series and additional past webinars on topics including image processing tricks, black-and-white conversion and more!

Learn about the benefits of an Outdoor Photographer membership, including free contest entries and full access to all of our content.

To simply register for the webinar, click here.

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