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Ability to manually rearrange image order in Browse, then rename files!

I’d LOVE to be able to freely rearrange photos in Browse so that I can rename the images and have them in a custom order of my choosing. Aperture had this feature and it was really helpful! Especially when creating a slideshow, preparing to showing images to clients (I like to show my favorite images last regardless of the order I shot them), when there are multiple cameras used to shoot an event (even if I arranged by time, I like to dictate which image appears next in an order that makes more sense… that best tells the story I’m trying to share… This is especially important to me when delivering wedding day images!

14 comments on “Ability to manually rearrange image order in Browse, then rename files!”

  1. On July 27, 2016 at 8:06 am David Sein wrote:

    I think this idea. My daughter got married less a week ago where many family photos were shot before and after the wedding. Having the ability to arrange photos manually in Browse will help put them in the best chronological order that make the most sense to me.

  2. On July 27, 2016 at 8:19 am John Hess wrote:

    Yes! I used Aperture in the past and this is a very useful feature.

  3. On July 28, 2016 at 7:26 pm Hector Ortiz Sr. wrote:

    Wholeheartedly agree. This option will surely provide a time saver for post production.

  4. On July 30, 2016 at 10:53 am Roy Martin wrote:

    I used this a lot in Aperture and it would definitely be an asset

  5. On October 24, 2017 at 3:37 pm Randy Wyant wrote:

    This is the only feature keeping me from using ON1 instead of Lightroom. At a photo viewing session with our clients, we need the photos in a certain order (whole family, individual kids, kids together, pets, etc.). We drag to reorder in LR, then rename the files with sequential numbers. I’m guessing this might not be possible in ON1 because they are browsing the original files, and not virtual copies like LR. Would love to see a response here from someone at ON1. Is this even in the pipeline for future changes? Would love to go “all ON1”, but I just can’t without this feature. Not sure if I am going to upgrade to 2018 at this point. Ugh!

  6. On October 28, 2017 at 12:36 pm Ulrich Montag wrote:

    A “Must Have” for me. Just waiting for that feature for doing the switch from Lightroom….

  7. On November 21, 2017 at 8:18 am Donald Baird wrote:

    This is a must for me to move completely from Lightroom to ON1. That is the only reason I use Lightroom at all

  8. On January 21, 2018 at 1:44 am Jaime wrote:

    This was available in Aperture. I used it on every grouping of photos, which many times included shots from multiple cameras and multiple photographers at the same event. While manually moving photos around in a matrix view is tedious, a custom sort provides the most direct path to pulling together shots and arranging the order. HIGHLY REQUESTED.

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