- [Instructor] In this movie, I want to remind you…of some of the shortcuts that you can use in order…to change what you're looking at inside of Lightroom,…and what I mean by that is I want to talk about…how we can go between loupe and grid,…I want to talk about how we can zoom in and zoom out,…how we can minimize some of the interface,…and also take advantage of full-screen mode.…Alright, well here we have a photograph,…and what I want to do is I want to view the photograph…in what's called the grid view, so I tap the g key.…G goes to the grid view.…Tap the e key and we go to the loupe view.…
We can do the same thing by double clicking.…Double clicking goes to grid,…or double clicking goes back to the loupe view.…Now let's say that we want to view the image…without all the clutter of the Lightroom interface.…Well, here let me highlight two shortcuts.…The first one is the tab key,…hides panels on the left and right.…Press it again, brings them back.…Now if you press shift tab, it hides almost everything.…Press that again, and then it brings everything back.…
- Importing with Develop presets
- Customizing the interface
- Choosing modules and panels
- Processing your photos
- Batch processing multiple images
- Tips for enhancing your workflow
- Creating folders and collections
- Cleaning up and exporting presets
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning Natural Light Portrait Photographywith Chris Orwig2h 30m Intermediate
1. Import and More
2. Preferences, Viewing, and Navigation
3. Processing Your Photos
4. Workflow Tips
5. Advanced Essentials
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