Everything Else in Lightroom, Part One (and a shortcut or two!)

Happy Friday everybody! I am very excited to share that we just released my brand new class called “Everything Else in Lightroom, Part One” and it’s about all those things you want to learn how to do in Lightroom, that aren’t quite deep enough to warrant an entire class by themselves, but they’re still important techniques many Lightroom users ask about.

Well, I’ve got a whole bunch of ’em in my new KelbyOne class, and I designed the class so you can just jump directly to the technique you want to learn, and I show you how to do it; short, sweet, and to the point.

Check the official class trailer above for more details (and examples of what I’m talking about), or go and watch the class right now at this link (if you’re not already a KelbyOne member, you can sign up for the 10-day free trial and start watching the class immediately).

One more thing…how about a Lightroom shortcut? 
OK, I couldn’t resist adding a little tip today, and this one is a keyboard shortcut (well, a few of them) that you might find really speed up you getting around in Lightroom.

Command-1 (PC: Ctrl-1) opens the first panel in the right side panels
Command-2 (PC: Ctrl-2) jumps you to the 2nd panel down in the right side panels
Command-3 (PC: Ctrl-2) jumps you to the 3rd panel down in the right side panels
…and so on.

This is particularly handy if you have “Solo mode” turned on, where you only see the panel you’re currently working in, and all the rest of the panels are hidden (right-click on any panel’s title and choose “Solo Mode” from the pop-up menu that appears.

Well, there ya have it; a new class, and some cool tips. Great way to start the weekend. 🙂

Have a good one, and we’ll see you back here next week (it’s Photoshop World week! Whoo hoo!).

Best,

-Scott

P.S. Did I mention it’s just 6-days to the Photoshop World 2017 Conference in Orlando? Not too late to come join in the Lightroom love fest that is Photoshop World. 

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