Customizing the Grid and Loupe views


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Customizing the Grid and Loupe views

One of the things that you can customize in Lightroom is the information that is displayed around the various views of the photographs. Let me explain. I am going to go ahead and zoom in on one of these pictures and I am going to do this by pressing a shortcut to take this image to the Loupe View Mode. You remember that shortcut? It's the E key. All right! Well, here in the Loupe View Mode, what I want to do is really look at how this image was captured. I want to get a little more information about it to see what type of ISO I used, or camera or lens or whatever. In order to change what's overlaid on top of the image, there's a couple ways to do this.

If you press the I key, think of I for Information, you can then see this info. It shows me the filename, when it was captured, also the dimensions. Press it again and we get some different information. What it was captured at, f / 3.5, ISO 125. It was shot at about 70mm focal length, using a 24-70 lens. Sometimes this can be real...

Customizing the Grid and Loupe views
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Customizing the Grid and Loupe views provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 4 Essentials: 01 Organizing and Sharing with the Library Module

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Photography
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