We made the Top 10!!! Whoo Hoo!!! (and of course, a Lightroom tip)


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Hang gang – we did it – LightroomKillerTips made the top 10! Whoo Hooo!

Super psyched to see Feedspot ranked our LightroomKillerTips blog at #8 of all photography blogs!!! How sweet is that!!!!

My personal blog (scottkelby.com) came in ranked at #38 of the top 100, but come on #8 – that is just awesome! Honored to be on the list at all, and very excited to be in such great company. Here’s the complete list of rankings: http://bit.ly/2c3VXl0 – Thanks Feedspot!

A big thanks to all my readers here on LRKT, and thanks to my buddy Matt Kloskowski for getting this whole thing off the ground in the first place. 🙂

OK, I feel I at least owe you a tip, seeing as it’s Wednesday and all, so…
If you’re not sure which Lightroom catalog you want to open, try this: hold the Option key (PC: Alt-key) down while you launch Lightroom. It will bring up this window (below), which lets you choose which catalog you want to open from your list of catalogs.


Here you can select any catalog; create a new one, or choose a different one that doesn’t show up in your Lightroom folder.


Well, there ya have it. Thanks again to all my awesome readers for taking the blog up to the Top 10. You guys rock!!! 🙂




Author: Scott Kelby

Scott is the President of KelbyOne, an online educational community for photographers, Photoshop and Lightroom users. He's editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Editor of "Lightroom magazine"; Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, and the author of a string of bestselling Photoshop, Lightroom, and photography books. You can learn more about Scott at http://scottkelby.com

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  1. Hey Scott

    Great little tip, but it only works in Win 10 when you launch Lightroom from the Start Menu,
    If you have a desktop shortcut to Lightroom, of course the Alt ket will just open the properties of the shortcut…. 🙂

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  2. Glad you are a Top 10 in all you do.

    I do have a Catalog question. I understand that LR works with catalogs but is there a need for a separate catalog for all jobs, some jobs, or just a main catalog.

    Expiring minds want to know.

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    • Oh and if you are going to hand off images to someone else should you make a catalog of all the images or just the adjustments?

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    • Hi Bill – I try to use just one catalog as much as humanly possible. There are time for teaching reasons I have to use more than one, but outside of that, for my own photography I use one catalog. Life is better with one catalog. 🙂

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