Compare View in Lightroom Classic

Adobe Lightroom Classic

Tap the “C” key to enable Compare View. Use the left and right arrow keys to move through the selected images. Use the Down arrow to swap the Select and Candidate and the Up arrow to promote the Select to Candidate. Or, use the icons in the tool bar.


Adobe Lightroom Classic

Posted on 03-15-2019


Comments

  • By Glenn Ladewig - 10:03 AM on March 27, 2019  

    I like using the compare view when sorting moon pictures especially. I take my moon shots with the D850 and an 800mm Ai-S manual focus lens (because its $13,000 less expensive than the AF-S version) and focus is very tricky. So it’s helpful to zoom into the shots side by side to see which is sharper, which I thought should have been noted in this post. But, it does not seem to be possible to assign a rating while sorting through images which I would find useful. Here is a LINK to one of my recent super white blood wolf blue moons, or actually, just a couple of days before because totally round is less interesting than having a rough shadow on one side… it turned out nicely. I think I only did about a 7 on clarity, btw.

    Image seen here: https://www.portraitphotographydallas.com/Portfolio/Sunsets-Sky-Moon/i-tdxKDCk/A

    Signed,
    The guy that got you tea at Texas School

    • By Julieanne Kost - 11:45 AM on March 30, 2019  

      Glenn, You can rate and flag images in Compare View – just make sure that the highlight (the thin white line) is around the image that you want to apply the rating to!