Zooming In and Out in Lightroom Classic

Adobe Lightroom Classic

In the Library and Develop modules, set your preferred zoom views to either  Fit /Fill and 1:1/ Custom Zoom by clicking on the preferred option in the Navigator panel’s header. Command + “+” or “-” (plus or minus) (Mac) | Control + “+” or “-” (plus or minus) (Win) toggles through the four zoom levels (from Grid to Fit, Fill, 1:1 and Custom zoom). 


Adobe Lightroom Classic

Posted on 03-14-2019


Comments

  • By Crausaz - 8:43 AM on March 14, 2019  

    Too bad, it does not work on macOS 10.14.3 / LR Classic 8.2 french and swiss french keyboard.

    • By Julieanne Kost - 9:02 AM on March 14, 2019  

      If you look at the menu item, has it been remapped to another shortcut?

  • By Stefan Klein - 1:57 AM on March 15, 2019  

    Julieanne,
    zooming in LR is just terribly cumbersome! Why don´t you implement “scrubby zoom” and “birdseye view” like in ACR and Photoshop?

    • By Julieanne Kost - 2:03 PM on March 15, 2019  

      That is a good suggestion Stefan, you should post it here: http://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family

      • By Stefan Klein - 3:49 AM on March 16, 2019  

        Julieanne,
        the team is already aware of my suggestion.

  • By Rick - 4:03 AM on March 15, 2019  

    Would be nice if Lightroom had some kind of zoom in crop mode. It is a royal pain when trying to precisely crop an image when the zoom goes to reverts back to fill

  • By Michael - 7:41 AM on March 23, 2019  

    Hey! I like the leadoff widescreen image. Blank out the aspect ratio commands, leave the term “Navigator” and the little triangle and you have a bit of art.