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Discover what's new in Photoshop Lightroom 5, the popular photo management, enhancement, and publishing program from Adobe. Get a sneak peek at Upright, for automatic perspective correction, and Smart Previews, for viewing large RAW images more quickly at a smaller file size, even when they are disconnected from your main catalog. Author Chris Orwig also reviews the extra flexible and precise healing and retouching tools, new Radial filter, video slideshows, and new features for expediting your workflow.
In this brief movie, I want to highlight another new feature that you'll encounter when working with collections. This is one of those features that might go unnoticed but I just want to highlight it here so that you can take advantage of this feature. It has to do with the way that we work with multiple collections. Eventually, you'll have many collections and what you'll discover is that you'll be working on collections and you'll make your way to work on one photograph and then you'll navigate to another collection. In previous versions of Lightroom, what would happen is, as you would go to another collection, and then return, it would by default take you to the first image in the collection.
Now in this version of Lightroom it will take you back to whatever image you had been working on last time. This has in a way, built-in memory and what I found is that this feature is great because it can really help you speed up your workflow so that you never lose your place when you're working with collections.
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