After the success of the new Mac OS X Yosemite App 'Photos', I want to show you a small tutorial to create libraries (photo libraries) quickly. All this as a benefit of having all your photographs cataloged, by albums, where you have your personal life on one side, and your work on the other.
Step 1: Closing the Photos app.
Step 2: Hold the key Option (⌥) pressed (on windows keyboard hold down ALT key) and click on the app Gallery on your dock.
Step 3: Click on 'Create new ...'
Step 4: En 'Save as' we can put the name we want to our photo library. You can also change the location of this library by adjusting the 'Location', in addition to putting the labels we want.
Step 5: Once you are satisfied with your library name and location, click 'To accept'.
Step 6: To switch between photo libraries, open the 'Pictures' folder and double click on the library you want to use. You can also keep the (⌥) key Mac keyboard key (on Windows keyboard hold down the ALT key), and click the Photos app in the dock, then click 'Select Photo Library' after selecting a library from the list. You can use the 'Another photo library', to locate a library located elsewhere that does not appear.
You can only have one library open at any given time. If you try to open another library while another library has another one open, the first one will be closed before the second one opens.
Do you use multiple libraries in your Photos app? I think it is very easy and it can help you a lot, to have all your photographs organized. Greetings.