One More Lightroom Plugin: Focal-length Sort
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I've just released a new plugin, Focal-length Sort, conceptually similar to my Megapixel-sort plugin in that it fills gaps in Lightroom's Library Grid Filter that shouldn't be there in the first place. Like my Data Plot plugin, it can give you insight about how you use your lenses.

This makes 19 plugins for Adobe Lightroom that I've released, all available on my Lightroom Goodies page.

(This post previously mentioned a second new plugin, “Bulk Titler”, but I've withdrawn it because it turns out Tim Armes' LR/Transporter plugin, which I knew did a lot of things related to metadata import and export, also does exactly what my little plugin did. My “Bulk Titler” was almost a throw-away little thing, but LR/Transporter is a first-class professional tool, so I'm happy to point you to it.)

One comment so far...

Hi Jeff,
Why doesn’t the plugin focal length sort show any actual focal lengths, only Alle (German for all), or Kein Wert (not set)?

The Lightroom plugin infrastructure doesn’t allow the plugin to work automatically on your photos… you have to invoke it. See the “File > Plugin Extras” menu. —Jeffrey

— comment by Eric Shambroom on May 25th, 2010 at 1:33am JST (14 years, 2 months ago) comment permalink
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