I will never create Lightroom Collections again, and I don’t think you should, either. For years, we’ve been mislead into thinking that collections were the best way to organize our photos. You ought to know that advice is completely wrong. I can show you a better way.
Lightroom CC Facial Recognition is an interesting new feature for portrait photography. I had a facial recognition feature in Aperture, but found it caused poor performance as it scoured images for faces. It seemed like a good idea to see if Lightroom CC facial recognition worked better for me.
I started with HDR photography in 2009. Not because it was fad, but because I was struggling to understand why my images were lacking and HDR seemed like something I could try. I spent years gleefully injecting some wretched images on the universe, but I’m changing my ways.