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LIGHTROOM COMPARE VIEW

Lightroom Compare View

Lightroom Classic offers a variety of useful tools. However, one of the most ignored features is “Lightroom Compare View.” In this article, I briefly cover a few uses of this excellent feature.

 

There are many times that a photographer shoots multiple pictures to select the best one later. Lightroom Classic Compare View allows you to examine the candidate shots closely and pick the best one.   

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How to use Compare view 

In the Lightroom Library module, you select two photos and then press the letter “C” on your keyboard to open them in the Compare View mode.  

Lightroom Classic Compare View

Lightroom Classic Compare View
In Lightroom Classic Compare View, you cam examine two images closely side by side to pick up the best one.

What is the benefit?

For instance, if you want to check which image is sharper, the Compare View is the best tool, as you can compare the sharpness of both images at the same time and pick up the sharpest one.

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