Lightroom CC identifies and groups photos of each person in the People View. Learn how to organize these photos and work in the People View of Lightroom CC.

When you upload and sync photos to the cloud, Lightroom CC detects, recognizes, and groups photos of the same person. You can access these photos in the People View and easily browse the photos of a particular person.

View people in your photos

  1. In My Photos  panel at the upper-left side of the screen, select People to view the People View.

    In this view, you can access People clusters where each cluster contains photos of a particular person. The total number of photos for each person is listed below the cover photo of the cluster.

    Примечание.

    When I access the People View, why does Lightroom CC display 'No People Found Yet'?

    Initial indexing of your photos may take some time. The ‘No People Found Yet’ message is displayed when Lightroom is still analyzing all your photos to find people or when there aren't any people in your photos. This analysis takes place on Adobe’s servers and does not require you to have the Lightroom CC app open and running on your computer. You can close Lightroom CC and continue to use your computer without impacting the time to complete the analysis.

  2. Click any cluster to view photos of that person. You can also view the total number of photos in the cluster at the upper-right corner of the screen.

Sort options in People View

You can use the following options to sort People clusters in the People View:

  • Count (Number of photos in a cluster)
  • Name (Alphabetical order of people)

To sort People clusters, follow these steps:

  1. In the My Photos  panel at the upper-left side of the screen, select People to view the People View.

  2. Click the three dots icon  in the upper-right corner of the screen. In the drop-down list, under Sort By, select one of the following options:

    • Name Sorts named clusters in alphabetical order.
    • Count Sorts clusters in order of the highest number of photos to the least number of photos in a cluster.
    Sorting options for People
    You can sort People by name or count.

Name or rename People

Name a Person

  1. In the People View, click the unnamed cluster. The cluster opens.

  2. In the open cluster, enter the person's name in the Add Name field at the top of the cluster.

  3. Press Enter or click outside the Add Name field.

    Примечание.

    Alternatively, you can Ctrl-click (Mac)/right-click (Win) a person's cluster and select Add Name to name a person.

Add names to a photo in the Keywords panel

To add a photo to a People cluster, follow these steps:

  1. Select the desired photo from the grid or Filmstrip.

  2. In the panel at the right side of the screen, click Keywords  to view the Keywords panel.

  3. Under People in the Keywords panel, you can add the person's name in the Add Name field. Press Enter or click outside the name field to set the name.

Rename a Person

You can rename a People cluster in one of the following ways:

  • In the People View, Control-click (Mac) or right-click (Win) a People cluster and select Rename Person. You can edit the person's name and then press Enter or click outside the name field to set the name.
  • Click a People cluster in the People View. Within the open cluster, you can do one of the following:
    • Directly edit the name at the top of the cluster. Once you've edited the name, press Enter or click outside the name field.
    • Click the three dots icon  in the upper-right corner of the screen and select Rename Person. You can then edit the name at the top of the cluster. Press Enter or click outside the name field to set the name.

Show or hide People

  1. In the My Photos  panel at the upper-left side of the screen, select People to view the People View.

  2. In the People View, click the three dots icon  in the upper-right corner of the screen and select Show and Hide People.

  3. People clusters that are shown in the People View are selected by default. To show a cluster that is hidden, select it. To hide a cluster, deselect it.

  4. Click Done.

Merge People

  1. In the My Photos  panel at the upper-left side of the screen, select People to view the People View.

  2. In the People View, do one of the following:

    • Select the clusters that you want to merge (Command-click in Mac/Shift-click in Win) and click Merge in the top panel of the screen.
    • Rename a cluster to the desired person's name and click Merge in the dialog box that appears. 
    • Drag a cluster onto another cluster. In the Are these the same person? dialog box that appears, select Merge.

    Примечание.

    Lightroom CC can detect when two clusters might actually be the same person. In this case, when you view one of the clusters, you’ll see a banner at the top which suggests merging the two clusters. Click Yes, Merge to merge the clusters or No to not merge the clusters. If you click No, Lightroom will not suggest merging those two specific clusters again. If you want to simply dismiss the suggestion banner without doing anything, click the X icon in the upper-right corner of the banner.

Change a person's cover photo

  1. In the My Photos  panel at the upper-left side of the screen, select People to view the People View.

  2. Click a desired People cluster. In the open cluster, select a desired photo.

    Примечание.

    Only the person in the selected photo is set as the cover photo even if the photo has other people.

  3. Click  in the upper-right corner of the screen, and select Set as Cover Photo. Alternatively, you can right-click the photo and select Set as Cover Photo.

Remove a photo from a person's cluster

You can remove any photo from a People cluster in one of the following ways:

From within a People cluster

  1. In the My Photos  panel at the upper-left side of the screen, select People to view the People View.

  2. Click a desired People cluster. In the open cluster, select a desired photo.

  3. Click  in the upper-right corner of the screen, and select Remove Photo from Person.

  4. In the Remove Photo from Person dialog box that appears, click Remove.

    Примечание.

    Alternatively, you can do one of the following:

    • Control-click (in Mac)/right-click (in Win) a photo in an open cluster and select Remove Photo from Person
    • Control-click (in Mac)/right-click (in Win) a photo in an open cluster and select Move To. You can then select a person's name to move the photo from the open cluster to another cluster.

From the Keywords panel

  1. Double-click a desired photo from the grid or Filmstrip to open it.

  2. In the panel at the right side of the screen, click Keywords  to view the Keywords panel.

  3. In the Keywords panel, hover over the person's name and click the cancel icon.

  4. In the Remove Photo from Person dialog box that appears, click Remove to remove the photo from the person's cluster.

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