Lightroom Hotkey Part 2


New Lightroom Hotkey

Lightroom Hotkeys or Shortcuts are enormous helps to speed up the post-processing time. Using Lightroom Hotkeys allows you to stay focus on your editing task and navigate the available options inside Lightroom modules.


Previously, I showed two functions of the Letter “F” as a shortcut in Lightroom. In this article, I introduce another Lightroom hotkey. [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

Lightroom Quick Collection, a Must Use Feature

Have you ever wanted to put images inside a collection to compare them later? Or, do you possibly want to select specific photos to show to your clients for their approval?
Lightroom has a QUICK COLLECTION, where you can store the pictures temporarily. It is a great place to start. However, many people find it challenging to select and drag the photos to the QUICK COLLECTION.
So, there is a solution for adding images to or removing photos from the Quick Collection. Just select the picture or pictures you want to send to the Quick Collection then press the letter “B” on your keyboard. To remove the photos from the Quick Collection, select and press the letter B again.
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Do you want to learn more about the Lightroom Quick Collection?

I picked up an article that describes it in full, with example screenshots. Click the link below:

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