Lightroom Tip of the Week: “I” is for “Information”

Have you ever wondered how to turn off (or on) the information that displays over your photos when you are in Loupe view (single-photo view) in  Lightroom's Library and Develop modules? The secret is to type the keyboard shortcut "I", for "Information". If no information is showing, typing "I" once displays one set of information about [...]

2017-06-28T20:21:09-07:00 August 9th, 2013|5 Comments

Lightroom Filmstrip Quick Tips

In Lightroom, the strip of photos along the bottom of the screen in each module is called the filmstrip. Here are a few tips for working with it: The filmstrip shows whatever photos you have selected in the Library module — a folder, a collection, or a catalog selection. You can navigate through your photos in [...]

2017-09-03T14:59:45-07:00 March 25th, 2013|13 Comments

Lightroom Quick Tip: Finding Your Missing Panel

About once a week I get an email from a Lightroom user who has lost a panel ... most panels can go missing, but in my experience people seem to lose their Catalog panel in the Library module more than any other. To recover your missing panel, right-click (Ctl-click on a Mac) on the name of [...]

2017-06-28T20:36:07-07:00 December 3rd, 2012|71 Comments
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