Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Compare view, part of Learning Lightroom 4 (2012).
From time to time, as you're reviewing your images in Lightroom, trying to …identify your favorites, you may find that you have a series of images that …perhaps is from a similar location or of a similar subject, and you want to …identify a single favorite from that group. …For example, I have a series of images here that were captured in the town of …Holstah in Autria And I'd like to identify just one favorite image from …this town. In this type of situation, I'll make use …of the compare view so that I can compare multiple images and work my way down to a …single favorite among that set. I'll start by clicking on the first image …in the series. And then holding the Shift key, and …clicking on the last image in the series. I will select all images in between.…
And then I can switch to the Compare View. …I can click on the Compare View button on the toolbar below the preview image or …simply press the letter C on the keyboard. …When I'm working in Compare View, I usually want to be able to see the images …
- Getting to know the Lightroom interface
- Establishing Lightroom preferences
- Using catalogs
- Importing images
- Image review
- Identifying and locating images
- Optimizing and sharing images
Skill Level Beginner
1. First Steps
2. Importing Images
3. Image Review
4. Identifying and Locating Images
5. Optimizing Images
6. Sharing Images
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