Just a heads up that I will be hosting a free webinar this coming Monday, August 8 on the topic of Integrating a Lightroom Gallery with a WordPress Website. The webinar will be an hour long and during the hour, I am going to show you two techniques for taking a Lightroom gallery and putting it inside of WordPress, making it look just like any other page on your site.
Join me at 2 p.m eastern time (11 a.m Pacific; 7p.m BST; 8 p.m CEST; 4 a.m Sydney) for the webinar. There is a limit of 90 people attending so if you want to be sure to get your spot, please register (it’s free) in advance on the webinar page. Looking forward to seeing you there!
In this tutorial you will learn to use some of the neat panel tricks inside of Adobe Lightroom. These tricks will help you optimize the interface for your setup and thus work faster.
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Lightroom has a built-in way for you to easily show or hide the the panels surrounding the main image in the middle.
If you want to hide only the left and right panels, press the Tab key. To hide both the side panels and the top and bottom ones (i.e all panels) press Shift + Tab.
These shortcuts are toggle switches so when you want to get the panels back, use the Tab or Shift + Tab shortcut again.
In Lightroom there is an information overlay that you can have show up over the top corner of your photos. The info that is displayed depends on the module you are in, but toggling between the modes: None, Basic, Advanced (my wording) can be done using the keyboard shortcut: I.
To increase accuracy when working with the Tone Curve in Lightroom, hold down your Option-key (PC: Alt-key) while you are moving the points on the Point Curve.