In any view, click the icon at the lower-left corner of the Lightroom window to bring up the sorting options. Choose one of the sorting option from the pop-up menu – Capture Date, Import Date, Modified Date, File Name, or Star Rating.
How do I manually sort in Lightroom?
In order to reorder images in the Library, view them in Grid view and then drag (in the thumbnail) and drop in order to reposition. This creates what’s called a Custom Sort order.
How do I show filenames in Lightroom?
Fortunately, there’s an option to show the filename in the grid view. View > View options (ctrl + J) > tab Grid view “compact cell extras’ > check ‘Top label’ > choose copy name of file base name.
Where is attributes in Lightroom?
In the Library module, select a source in the Catalog, Folders, or Collections panel. In the Library Filter bar, select Attribute. Click an option to filter the selected photos by flag status, edit status, star rating, color label, or copy.
How do I sort Collections in Lightroom?
There are two sort order options: “Sort by Name” and “Sort by Kind”. Sort by Name sorts everything by name, so all collections in collection sets will be sorted in alphanumeric order, and all collections sets will also be sorted in alphanumeric order.
Which sorting order is not available when using a smart collection Lightroom?
Custom Sort orders are not available for Smart Collections.
How does Lightroom catalog work?
A catalog is a database that tracks the location of your photos and information about them. When you edit photos, rate them, add keywords to them, or do anything to photos in Lightroom Classic – all those changes are stored in the catalog. The files themselves are not touched.