I consistently work with a lot of images and my workflow has been to reject part of the population and then filter the remaining for quality or purpose.
My workflow for as long as I can remember has been to 1) access the CustomFilter box lower right hand corner of the screen, select "Non-Rejected" photos only, and then from the filter filmstrip, select the flag level threshold and color that I wish to filter for.
As of last week, I can no longer find the "Non-Rejected" photos only option in the pre-sets. I am not sure why it disappeared and I don't know how to restore it.
Can someone please help me?
FYI - I am using Lightroom 2.7 but I don't think that should matter in this instance.
I don't know where your "Non-Rejected" filter preset came from, I don't have it in my LR2.7. But you can easily create it again:
From then on, you also have this preset available from the bread crumb bar filter selection dropdown.
Don't know why it's gone, but you can create it yourself:
Thanks so much both of you for the response and answer. I have had lightroom for a while but am kind of on "automatic" with it. Quite possibly I created the NonRejected pre-set myself a while back and didnt realize it and then forgot how to do it or that I even could! A+++ for your help.
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