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Another Lightroom Hotkeys

The list of Lightroom Hotkeys is pages long. Therefore, Selecting popular shortcuts is not an easy task. Previously, I introduced a few of them, which I found more photographers can learn and use. Here is another one for this Thursday Editing Tip.

Lightroom Hotkey for Editing in Photoshop.

Lightroom can handle many editing tasks. However, there are many limitations in Lightroom that Photoshop does not have them. Therefore, Photographers always go back and forth between Lightroom and Photoshop to finalize their projects.  

If you use Lightroom and Photoshop for your editing projects, then you will love the next Hotkey.

When you want to send a photo from Lightroom to Photoshop, press the COMMAND + E (in Mac) or CONTROL + E (in Windows) to open it in Photoshop.  

Even when you have selected multiple images in Lightroom, they all open in Photoshop by using this shortcut.

This shortcut is a simple yet effective time-saving Lightroom Hotkey.

 

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When I checked the EXIF Data, I found out that the camera didn’t register the off-camera flash as a light source. Therefore, it used the ambient light source, Fluorescent, for White Balance.

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