The Texture Slider in Adobe Camera Raw

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The Texture Slider in Lightroom Classic

The new non-destructive Texture slider (available as both a global as well as a local adjustment) in Lightroom Classic, can be used to ...
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Removing and Deleting Photos in Lightroom Classic

Discover how to delete photos from Folders, Collections and all Synced Photographs in Lightroom Classic.
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Julieanne’s Top Ten Tips for Filtering in Lightroom Classic

Lightroom Classic’s filter options can save hours of time when looking for images. Here are ten shortcuts to help increase your produ...
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Color of Place Tutorial in Create!

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Assigning Flags, Star Ratings, and Color Labels in Lightroom Classic

After selecting the “best” image from a shoot (the best portrait from a series for example), I will typically assign a “Pick” f...
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Overlay Photo Information in Lightroom Classic

Tapping the “I” key cycles between “No Overlay”, “Info 1”, and “Info 2” overlays when viewing images in Loupe View.  O...
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Survey View in Lightroom Classic

Tap the “N” key to go to Survey View. Then, use the right/left/up/down arrow keys to move from one image to the next. Hover the cur...
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Compare View in Lightroom Classic

Learn the shortcuts to quickly navigate the Compare View in Lightroom Classic.
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Zooming In and Out in Lightroom Classic

Learn how to set your default zoom views in Lightroom Classic.
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Viewing Images in Lightroom Classic

Discover how to navigate between Grid, Loupe, and zoom views in Lightroom Classic.
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Rotating Images in Lightroom Classic

Command + [ and ]  (Mac) | Control + [ and ] (Win) rotates a photograph 90° clockwise / counter clockwise.
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Making Lightroom Classic Aware of Empty Folders in the Operating System

While creating a new  folder (or a subfolder) within Lightroom Classic is straightforward enough (click the plus icon in the Folder pa...
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Auto Stack by Capture Time in Lightroom Classic

In the Library module, choose Photo > Stacking> Auto Stack by Capture Time and use the slider to set the amount of time between s...
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Stacking Photographs in Lightroom Classic

Stacking photographs can be helpful when you only wish to display the best of several similar frames in the Library while hiding the ot...
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