Lightroom in 60-Seconds: How to Get Rid of One of Lightroom’s Most Annoying Features

Yup, it’s that White Balance pop-up grid that follows around your White Balance tool like it’s a lost puppy (but without the cuteness). It’s just about useless (no need to post a comment talking about the rare cases where it is useful, and how you can’t do your photography work without it, etc, and so on. If that’s the case for you, just skip this tip). Anyway, here ya go:

And yes, that is “Handsome Dave” Williams, British love machine, and author of the “Travel Tuesdays with Dave” column on my daily blog. Stop snickering — I know nobody’s traveling now, but don’t tell Dave. 😉

OK, gotta run — check back tomorrow for Rockin’ Rob Sylvan’s column (always excellent). Catch ya then. 🙂

Stay safe, healthy, and keep those hands super-clean (20-seconds). 🙂



1 comment

  1. Eric Vaandering 18 March, 2020 at 12:01 Reply

    I find it really helpful, not for the numbers, but often I need to pick white or gray from a very small region. Having the target pixels in the center of the grid is essential

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