Select photos Lightroom 5


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Selecting photos

It almost goes without saying that when you're working in Lightroom, you need to select photos before you work on them. But Lightroom has some quirks around selecting that you should be aware of. First, let's go through the basics of selecting, which are much like the basics that you may have experienced in other programs. If I want to select a photo, I'm going to click on its frame. If I want to add more photos to that selection, I'll hold the Cmd key on the Mac or the Ctrl key on the PC and I'll click on the frames of other photos that don't have to be next to the first one I selected. If I want to deselect everything, then I'll either press Cmd+D on the Mac or Ctrl+D on the PC or I'll click in a blank area of the preview window if that's available to me like this. Now let's say I want to select photos that are next to one another. I can select a whole range by clicking on the frame of the first photo, holding the Shift key and cli...

Selecting photos
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Selecting photos provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Up and Running with Lightroom 5

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Photography
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Lightroom
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