- Rotating Images
- Flipping Images
- Rating Images
- Flagging Images
- Rejecting Images
- Applying Color Labels
- Creating a Custom Color Label Set
- Applying Ratings, Flags, and Labels with the Painter Tool
- Sorting Images
- Changing Sort Direction
- Grouping Photos into Stacks
- Promoting a Photo to the Top of the Stack
- Removing Photos from a Stack
- Unstacking Photos
- Removing Photos
- Deleting Photos
This chapter is from the book
Another way to label your best images as top picks from a photoshoot is to mark them as flagged. When you flag an image, and the Show Grid Extras view option is enabled, a flag icon is displayed in the upper-left corner of the grid cell. You can then apply a filtered search for all flagged images and display just those photos in the Content area.
Mark catalog images as flagged
- Select any image thumbnail (or multiple image thumbnails) from the Grid or Filmstrip.
- To flag or unflag the selected photo(s), choose Photo > Set Flag and then select Flagged or Unflagged from the flyout submenu. You can also right+click (Win) or Control+click (Mac) and select either option from the contextual
menu. If you’ve chosen to display it, you can also flag or unflag an image by clicking the flag icon in the Toolbar.
If the Show Grid Extras view option is enabled, Lightroom displays the flag in the respective grid cells.