10 Shortcuts Every Lightroom Classic User Should Know
May24

10 Shortcuts Every Lightroom Classic User Should Know

Here ya go! To change the brush size of Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush; the Left Bracket key on your keyboard makes the brush size smaller; the right bracket makes it largerTo reset any slider to its default setting, double-click on the slider’s nub or its name. To make your thumbnails in the Library Module larger, press +. To make them smaller press –. To reset all your Adjustment Brush sliders back to zero, all at once,...

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Lightroom Classic: How To Cut The On-Screen Clutter
Apr29

Lightroom Classic: How To Cut The On-Screen Clutter

After Friday’s tutorial for more advanced users, I thought today I’d share one for some newer users, and it how to unclutter your screen by strategically hiding the four panels that eat up screen space and make your editing experience look more complicated than it needs to be. To open or close any panel, you can click the little triangle icon on the edge of the panel, but since you’ll be opening/closing these a lot...

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Lightroom Gradient Tool Tip
Dec18

Lightroom Gradient Tool Tip

This is like NBC’s old slogan; if you haven’t watched it yet, it’s new to you. This one will put a smile on your face either way. 🙂

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Seven More Of My Favorite Lightroom Classic Shortcuts
Nov16

Seven More Of My Favorite Lightroom Classic Shortcuts

Let’s kick off this “almost holiday weekend” by learning some really helpful keyboard shortcuts for Lightroom Classic. Here we go: (1) To open all the panels in the left or right side panels, hold the Command-key (PC: Ctrl-key) and click on any panel. To close ‘em all back up, use the same shortcut. (2) To have Lightroom show you exactly where your currently open image is found on your computer, press Command-R (PC:...

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Three of My Favorite Lightroom Classic Shortcuts
Oct05

Three of My Favorite Lightroom Classic Shortcuts

Before we get to our tip today, just a heads up: tomorrow is my 11th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk in cities all over the world, and you’re invited to come and join us — it’s not too late to join a photo walk near you (it’s free and it’s a ton of fun). Get all the details right here. You’ll have a really great time! OK, on to our tip: Here’s one from the vault, but it’s a handy one – these...

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Five Speed Boosting Tips for Lightroom Classic
Sep19

Five Speed Boosting Tips for Lightroom Classic

Import Multiple Memory Cards at Once One of the biggest places to maximize your gains is in the import process. If you are someone who often returns from a session with multiple memory cards of photos and a card reader with slots for multiple memory cards you may not be aware that you can import from multiple cards at once from the Lightroom Import dialog box. I don’t blame you if you missed this fact because it is not particularly...

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