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I have a need to be able to sort my photos by the date and time they were taken.  I have already imported the raw files into LR Classic.  I need to export them as .jpg in the time they were taken not the file name.  I use 2 cameras for events and am randomly using both cameras.  When I import them they are sorted by filename.  I want to sort them in order of time they were taken to give to my clients in that order.  I know I could prior to importing them into LR sort by date and do a batch rename in Windows explorer then import them into LR, which I could then sort in the order of time taken but I have already imported them into LR and done edits on over 500 images.  I can't do the sorting after exporting from LR to .jpg because the time stamp is the time they were exported not created.

Anyone know of a solution.  I can't find anywhere in LR to sort by time taken prior to export or during the export process.

Help would be appreciated.

Thank you much!

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I have a need to be able to sort my photos by the date and time they were taken.  I have already imported the raw files into LR Classic.  I need to export them as .jpg in the time they were taken not the file name.  I use 2 cameras for events and am randomly using both cameras.  When I import them they are sorted by filename.  I want to sort them in order of time they were taken to give to my clients in that order.  I know I could prior to importing them into LR sort by date and do a batch rename in Windows explorer then import them into LR, which I could then sort in the order of time taken but I have already imported them into LR and done edits on over 500 images.  I can't do the sorting after exporting from LR to .jpg because the time stamp is the time they were exported not created.

Anyone know of a solution.  I can't find anywhere in LR to sort by time taken prior to export or during the export process.

Help would be appreciated.

Thank you much!

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Will sorting by capture time work for you?

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Yes that did work Jim.  I thought after exporting from LR the files were saved with a time stamp of when the files were exported.  They however are exported with the original file date and time which can be then sorted in Windows explorer, renamed and windows assigns a consecutive number to the remaining files on your selected list. 

Thank Your Sir for replying.

LR however, dosen't have an option to sort files in the catalog by anything other than filename which is the default.

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Really? One of the sort options is to sort by Capture Time. You can sort by capture time, file name, added order, edit time and several other options. Where did you get the idea that file name is the only option?

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Are you talking about sorting the pictures already imported in LR.  If so, how

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If you do not see the Tool Bar- Press T

Click the drop-down menu to the right of [Sort: ]

ScreenShot148.jpg

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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Thank you WobertC

I didn't see that.  toolbar was turned on but I overlooked it.  LR has many controls in many different locations.

I also had to change the capture time on my D800 as it was 1hr off.  My fault.  Now I sorted by camera and am manually changing the capture time of the affected photos.

Thank you so much.

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Thank you Jim.  I have it figured out now.  WobertC sent me a screen shot. 

Thank you again

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I photographed an event using three cameras. How can I sort the images so that they are in order of capture? None of the options seem to work. I need them to be sorted by EXIF information so that theyare in the correct order. This is not possible?

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Sorting by capture time normally works for me (I use 2 cameras to shoot). Then I rename them.

System: MacMini 2018, Eizo 27” monitor, macOS10.14.6 (Mojave) LrC 9.3, Ps 2020, Camera Fujifilm XT-2

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It is possible to change the 'Capture Time' for all the photos from one camera to match another.

First find two photos, one from each camera, that were taken at the same moment in time,

Next, calculate the time 'difference' between the two photos in their metadata. (it could be seconds, minutes, or even 'years' if one camera is totally 'out')

Next,  select all the photos from the camera with the 'wrong' capture time (do a filter search)

Menu: Metadata > Edit Capture Time...

You [Adjust to a specified Date and Time]

and correct the time for these files by adding or subtracting the difference in the [Corrected Time] field.

With multiple photos selected- the 'time' change is "relative" for each photo, ie, each photo is 'corrected' by the same 'difference'. They are NOT all set to the exact same time/date.

http://www.lightroomfanatic.com/tutorials/beginner/change-images-capture-time-lightroom/

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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Well I just figured out a fix.  As it turns out LR does export the file info for the original date and time.  In Windows explorer sort all files in order of date/time.  That will give you an order of time taken.  If it's sorted in the wrong direction just click the button again.  Then select all photos, right click on the 1st photo and rename it whatever you want then click enter.  The consecutive files will be renamed the same with the addition of a number starting from 1 then 2...3 and so on.  Problem solved.

There is however no option in LR to sort photos in the catalog by anything but filename.

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Oh BTW sorting is only visible while in Grid view.  It isn't there in Loupe view.  Thats why I couldn't fine it.  It should be visible in Loupe view also.

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It should be visible in Loupe view also.

Why?

You cannot sort ONE image!!!

But OK, for the Filmstrip to be sorted you need to first sort in Grid view. A quick press of G then E  toggles from Grid to LoupE.

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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Film strip sorts even when in Loupe view. I just checked and images move around in the strip with one image selected and shown in the Loupe view.

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Yes JSM you are right, I am wrong. Ignore my post#11

The sort options are still visible in Loupe view on the Tool bar.

And there is also the possibility that the 'Sorting' option is not visible on the Tools bar because of the options in the Tool Bar Menu-

ScreenShot153.jpg

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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Not sure in amongst all the posts on this subject if this has already been addressed so forgive me if I missed something.  Within LR6 I am trying to just sort on Capture Time (easy enough) and not have the influence of Camera Type overriding this.  So far not having much luck.

Regards S

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Can you explain a little more what you mean by  "influence of Camera Type"?

Do you perhaps have a Filter also active?    [Ctrl+L] to enable/disable filters.

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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Hi WobertC thanks for your reply - Maybe that the problem as I have already assigned a series of 'star ratings' to my images in this folder.  Would this explain why 'capture date' is being ignored?

So in my selection I have all my D750 (24-70mm) images displaying at the beginning of the folder and my D810 (70-200mm) with the same exposure date at the end.  Its big folder 5000+ images and I have selected 1300 for 4 & 5 star rating and I am trying to reduce this to 400 images at 5 stars.  Having these star rated images split like this makes it challenging to make the final selection when they are not presented contiguously.  Any solutions to this dilemma?

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No, "Capture Time" sort would not be affected by filters.

I can only suggest that the cameras were not set to the same time&date. Check the metadata of some images from both cameras for that. If cameras were set different, you can use Lightroom to correct the sort by changing their Capture Time. (Metadata>Edit Capture Time)

If I understand you are trying to 'narrow' your selection of the "1300 4 & 5 starred" photos, that should be easy by setting attributes on the filter bar to narrow the selection.

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With my catalog "All Photographs" will sort correctly by 'Capture Time' irrespective of any camera or attributes.

ScreenShot095.jpg

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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Taking your suggestion I have checked the Metadata of two example images exposed on the same day and date (6 Aug 2014) the first occurs at #521 in Loupe View and the second image the same date (different camera & lens) appearing at #1284 in Loupe View.  I checked the two filter settings (a. sort by 'capture date) and (b. sort by 'star rating' > than and equal to 4*).

I did however note the file type varied between the two camera.  The first was a *.DNG and the second a RAW image as *.NEF.  Would this account for the difference?  If so can it be resolved (ie. post exposure) to meet my objective?

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two example images exposed on the same day and date

And- Did you compare the TIME of the images? because this will also affect the "Capture Time" sort.

I checked the two filter settings (a. sort by 'capture date) and (b. sort by 'star rating' > than and equal to 4*).

I am not certain you understand the difference between 'Sort' and 'Filter'.

The Filter for Attributes- only shows you the images for the attribute/s you toggle on. eg. Toggle on the 'Flagged' attribute and you will see only Flagged photos in the grid.

The Sort options (below the Grid preview window) will set the Sort method for the photos you see in the Grid View.

So in the example: Filter by Star Rating, and Sort by Capture Time:  This will not separate the photos by Camera type (OR File type)  IF both cameras were set to the same 'Time of day'.

So, again, check two photos from each camera that you KNOW (by comparing subject matter) were taken at the same Time of day (Hour/minutes) then tell me if the cameras were set to the same Time of Day.

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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Ok so just confirming the settings of (a. sort by 'capture date) and (b. filter by 'star rating' > than and equal to 4*).

Capture date and time: #521 as 6 Aug 2014 - 5:07:11pm and the second  image (position #1284) 6 Aug 2014 - 5:05:30pm.  I should add that between these two images there are range of capture dates (and times) that are all nicely chronologically ordered, but the sequencing seems to be only divided by camera type....

Are there some critical sceenshots that I can display to show this to you?

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sceenshots that I can display

In the Grid view, press J to toggle on the info on the thumbnail borders,

Press [Ctrl+J] for the Library View Options, and set one of the "Expanded Cell Extras" to shoe Capture Date/Time

Capture2.PNG   Capture.PNG

Now you can view that data on each thumbnail.

So if you are "Sorting" by Capture Time, and the subject matter in the photos does not "Look" to be in sequence (IGNORING the recorded metadata Time/Date)  then- Your cameras must have been set to a different Time-of-day!

If the cameras were not "in sync" for Date/Time then the Photos will not be "in sync", hence the apparent sort by camera.

So show a screen clip of the Grid view window with the Date/Time metadata showing.

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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Hi WobertC, my sincere apologies to you for the efforts you have made in trying to help me.  I have located the problem and it is as you have suggested, date related after all!  While the day and time were set correctly the year was exactly one year out, 2014 vs 2015.  I am not sure how I missed this as I checked several times.  Thanks again for you help and patience in this matter, a bit of a lesson learnt here for me.....

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Hello WobertC,

 

This is somehow related, I am trying to sort files by "modified date" the way  Bridge is able to do it, not capture date.

In that way, if I am working on a file in a given folder, the newly modified ones will always appear at the top. Is this possible in LR?

Many thanks.

System: MacMini 2018, Eizo 27” monitor, macOS10.14.6 (Mojave) LrC 9.3, Ps 2020, Camera Fujifilm XT-2

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Since LrC does not modify the original files, the EXIF "ModifyDate" is not written anywhere until the edits are exported to a new file. From the LrC perspective, this would be the timestamp of the export.

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Thank you for your response, so, does that mean that it is not possible to have LR detect, and display the files (in the order of modification)  if they have been recently modified, say in Photoshop?

I assume syncing the folder would not do anything since the only parameter is "date of capture". Is this correct?

System: MacMini 2018, Eizo 27” monitor, macOS10.14.6 (Mojave) LrC 9.3, Ps 2020, Camera Fujifilm XT-2

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LR has no option to sort by modified date since the files should not be modified outside of LR.

 

If the photo is going from LR to PS to LR through the formal channels, you could do a sort by "date added" to the catalog, which would move the new file from PS to the front/end of the file list.

 

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I was away for a few days, my apologies for the silence

I am not sure what the "formal channels" would be. Does this mean that if I open a file through LRC (edit in PS), save the changes, for LR to register the changes I have to add to catalog again?

I am running into a file that has been modified in the above described manner and the version LR displays is not reflecting the changes made. Nor do I see a "sync" option to update the file. I am sure I am doing something wrong, please feel free to point me in the right direction.

Thank you.Screen Shot 2020-09-09 at 3.27.52 PM.png

 

System: MacMini 2018, Eizo 27” monitor, macOS10.14.6 (Mojave) LrC 9.3, Ps 2020, Camera Fujifilm XT-2

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I just came across your posts to this 2018 thread, so can add comments.

"is not possible to have LR detect, and display the files (in the order of modification) if they have been recently modified, say in Photoshop?"

Not sure if this answers, but if I filter for 'file type' TIFs only, and-

If I take a TIF file 'back' to Photoshop for further editing (from LrC by Edit-In  as 'Original') then when I [Save] the file, the metadata in LrC reflects the modification date (as 'Date Time') and 'Edit Time' sorts so this image does appear at the top [Z<>A] of grid view.

ScreenShot020.jpg    ScreenShot021.jpg

 

The 'Sync Folder' function will Import images that are NOT already in the Catalog. Otherwise if you used the [Edit-In] from LrC then 'Sync Folder' serves no function. (It does not update metadata).

Your screen-clip seems to show two entirely different images, so not sure what it tries to explain.

 

In some circumstances, adding LrC edits to a TIF file that then goes to Ps (as 'original') and back to LrC, the LrC edits can be restored by selecting the topmost develop step in the Develop History panel.

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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Hi WobertC, thanks for your reply.

 

Your suggestions do help clarify options to sort images.

 

You mention "Your screen-clip seems to show two entirely different images, so not sure what it tries to explain."

 

The thing is that it is the same image, as LrC shows it and as seen open in PS. It is interesting that the Library module and the develop module in LrC also show different versions of the image:

 

Develop moduleDevelop moduleLibrary moduleLibrary module

 

You say "In some circumstances, adding LrC edits to a TIF file that then goes to Ps (as 'original') and back to LrC, the LrC edits can be restored by selecting the topmost develop step in the Develop History panel."

I tried this and the previous state does not seem to be available in LrC.

I look forward to your response as to how to update the file, so far, the changes I am making are not being reflected back on LrC, except if I create a new TIF document, and then I am importing it for it to show up.

Thanks.

 

System: MacMini 2018, Eizo 27” monitor, macOS10.14.6 (Mojave) LrC 9.3, Ps 2020, Camera Fujifilm XT-2

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I am very curious, and confused.

How can it be the same file if it looks entirely different? Do you think that the thumbnail is not updating when the image is returned from Ps?

It appears to have the same file name, but is it the SAME file?

In your previous screen-clip you only show one thumbnail in a folder of 132 image- did you have a filter active?

When your image is shown in the Lr Develop module can you screen-clip the (expanded) History panel? It might help me to see what Lr adjustmens have been made.

Are you re-editing TIF files with many layers as collages? And, if so, where are you adding all the singular images from?

Sending files back & forward (multiple times) between LrC and Ps can cause much confusion. Your detailed workflow 'start to finish' could also point to the problems you are encountering.

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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I agree with you regarding being confused. The file was not updating the thumbnail and I ended up doing a "save as" and the problem went away.

Yes, I did have a filter active because I believe I did a search for the file.

The images are collaged into a TIF, the single images were added either as smart objects or openened as layers in Photoshop, with other files the thumb updating did not seem to be a problem.

My workflow:

In LrC select and open in PS as smart object, save in PS and, if this was a new file, import it. That's it. If the issue persists, I will repost here, for now, it seems to have been resolved. Thank you.

System: MacMini 2018, Eizo 27” monitor, macOS10.14.6 (Mojave) LrC 9.3, Ps 2020, Camera Fujifilm XT-2

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Actually I'm wrong.  I had the sort option ticked off while in Loupe view.  Now all is well...

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