If you find yourself trying to move through your photos quickly to pick the best ones, then you’ll be happy to know that Lightroom has a great little trick to help out. It’s called Auto-Advance. When you turn it on, Lightroom will then automatically move to the next photo whenever you flag, rate, or label one of your photos. Depending on how you work in Lightroom, it can be a great time saver.
Lightroom Killer Tips is from Scott Kelby, author of the world's #1 bestselling Lightroom book, "The Lightroom CC Book for Digital Photographers" and the new bestseller "How Do I Do that in Lightroom?" - Scott's online Lightroom classes are found exclusively at KelbyOne.com
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