Quick workflow tip

I like to have as much room for images in my Lightroom panels, and so I will hide my side panels, but sometimes you want to jump from one folder to another in either the Library or Develop module. You can easily do that if you have the Filmstrip open at the bottom. Simple Right-click on the black bar of the Filmstrip to bring up a new menu that has a list of your recent folders amongst other things.

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Right click brings up more options menu

Now the key is to click on the black bar, not the dark gray one just above it. That won’t do anything for you.

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Remember black bar will go far… gray bar will not. Ok, that was a terrible rhyme… but now you may remember it. 😀

When the menu comes up, just click on the folder you want and it will open that one up for you lickety split. 😀

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while you have that menu up, you can check out a few other options.

 

Author: Pete Collins

Pete Collins is one of the "Photoshop Guys" with KelbyOne. He is the co-host of Photoshop User TV and regular contributor toPhotography Tips N Tricks and the Grid. Pete has a regular "Down and Dirty" article in Photoshop User Magazine as well as being the creator and host of "Pixel Fight Club" over on the KelbyOne member site. He has an art degree and loves photography, graphic design and illustration. He is also the tallest and most humble of the Photoshop Guys, but since he is the one writing this... the humility thing may be a lie.

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  1. I see that you are a “photoshop guy” with Kelby. Is there a photoshopkillertips.com or something like it? Is there one for any other Adobe products like Premiere?

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    • We have Photoshop User TV which is on Kelbytv.com that you might want to check out, along with all of our classes over at Kelbyone.com. Thanks for asking.

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