Learn how to set your default zoom views in Lightroom Classic.
Command + [ and ] (Mac) | Control + [ and ] (Win) rotates a photograph 90° clockwise / counter clockwise.
While creating a new folder (or a subfolder) within Lightroom Classic is straightforward enough (click the plus icon in the Folder panel header and select Add Folder or Add Subfolder),
In the Library module, choose Photo > Stacking> Auto Stack by Capture Time and use the slider to set the amount of time between stacks.
Stacking photographs can be helpful when you only wish to display the best of several similar frames in the Library while hiding the others. In Grid view, select the range of photos to be stacked.
Command -click (Mac) | Control -click (Win) discontiguous folders or, Shift -click contiguous folders in the Folder panel to display the contents of multiple folder’s at once in the Grid view.
If you have added images to a folder that Lightroom is already aware of, instead of using the Import dialog, you can simply Control -click (Mac) | right -click (Win) the folder (in the Folder panel) and choose Synchronize Folder…
There are times when you may have imported multiple folders into Lightroom Classic yet can not see the parent folder (the folder higher up on the hierarchical structure).
To quickly create a subfolder without having to scroll to the top of the Folder panel, Control -click (Mac) | right -click (Win) on the desired parent folder and choose “Create Folder Inside “xxx”…” f
To display Disk Space, Photo Count, or Status (on/offline) in the header for any drive, Control -click (Mac) | Right -click (Win) on the volume header in the Folder panel and select the desired option.
In Lightroom Classic, clicking on a folder in the Folder panel displays not only the photographs in the selected folder, but also any photographs in subfolders. This may be confusing if you are accustomed to viewing images in
This 20 page document lists all of Julieanne’s favorite shortcuts for Lightroom Classic.
A very powerful, but seldom used feature of the painter tool is it’s ability to “spray-on” presets in the Library module. Select the Painter tool, set the Paint option to the desired preset, and click on an image to apply it. Note: you can also click -drag across multiple images to add a preset.
Discover how to access Recently Used Keywords as well as Saved Keyword Sets using the Painter tool in Lightroom CC.