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  • Today we're talking about 10 Lightroom hacks you probably didn't know. These are the hacks,

    今日、我々はあなたがおそらく知らなかった約10 Lightroomのハックを話しています。これらは、ハッキングされ、

  • shortcuts and tricks I use to be more efficient when using Lightroom. Each one of these I

    ショートカットやトリック私はLightroomのを使用する場合に、より効率的に使用します。これらのIの各1

  • practically use every time I'm processing photos in Lightroom. Here's the list. These

    事実上、私はLightroomの中で写真を処理していますすべての時間を使用しています。ここにリストがあります。これら

  • are the ones I use every single time I'm in Lightroom. I know there are plenty more

    私はLightroomの中毎回イア???? mを使うものがあります。私はもっ​​とたくさんあります知っています

  • but these are the ones that really speed up my workflow and just help me get around the application

    これらは本当に私のワークフローをスピードアップし、ちょうど私は、アプリケーションの周りに得るのを助けるものです

  • in a much more efficient way. So, let's get started.

    はるかに効率的な方法インチ だから、????letâsが始めます。

  • Here are 10 Lightroom Tips That You Should Know!

    ここにあなたが知っておくべき10個のLightroomのヒントがあります!

  • Tip #1: Keyboard Shortcuts - Press E and D to get between the Library Module and the

    ヒント#1:キーボードショートカット - プレスEとDライブラリモジュール間を取得すると

  • Develop Module.

    モジュールを開発します。

  • Command L - That's a great one to turn off your filters if you're looking at photos

    コマンドL - youâの場合タータ????のsa素晴らしいものは、あなたのフィルタをオフにし????写真を見て再

  • with filters on. So, if you have some flags on certain photos and you have two starred

    with filters on. So, if you have some flags on certain photos and you have two starred

  • photos and you have some flags on you're just looking at a filtered view. So, if you press Command 'L'

    photos and you have some flags on you're just looking at a filtered view. So, if you press Command 'L'

  • you can turn off your filters and you can see all of your photos and see the one that's

    you can turn off your filters and you can see all of your photos and see the one that's

  • lost somewhere in between and go and do that edit. Press Command L again and turn back on the

    lost somewhere in between and go and do that edit. Press Command L again and turn back on the

  • filters with that new photo in your collection.

    filters with that new photo in your collection.

  • SHIFT + COMMAND + E that brings up the export panel and avoids you having to click around

    SHIFT + COMMAND + E that brings up the export panel and avoids you having to click around

  • to export the photo. I use it every single time I'm in Lightroom.

    to export the photo. I use it every single time I'm in Lightroom.

  • If you hit SHIFT + COMMAND + S to synchronize the settings from your current photo across all the others

    If you hit SHIFT + COMMAND + S to synchronize the settings from your current photo across all the others

  • photos you've also selected. Now, the cool thing about this is it will pop up with the

    photos you've also selected. Now, the cool thing about this is it will pop up with the

  • synchronization settings and you can deselect the things that you don't want to bring across

    synchronization settings and you can deselect the things that you don't want to bring across

  • to the new photo. I use this all the time as I do spot removal or do local adjustments

    to the new photo. I use this all the time as I do spot removal or do local adjustments

  • in the one photo and I like how it looks but I but obviously I don't want everything to

    in the one photo and I like how it looks but I but obviously I don't want everything to

  • go across to the others so I'm just going to take the basic settings, the curves the

    go across to the others so I'm just going to take the basic settings, the curves the

  • colour adjustments and synchronize that across but not the graduated filters and so on.

    colour adjustments and synchronize that across but not the graduated filters and so on.

  • Tip #2: Auto Tone Don't be afraid of the auto tone button.

    Tip #2: Auto Tone Don’t be afraid of the auto tone button.

  • It's a great help and this is a good way to give your edit a kickstart. What I've

    It’s a great help and this is a good way to give your edit a kickstart. What I’ve

  • noticed is that It usually pulls the highlights down and pulls the shadows up. It's a good

    noticed is that It usually pulls the highlights down and pulls the shadows up. It’s a good

  • starting place in your editing workflow, using the power of Lightroom - computers and science

    starting place in your editing workflow, using the power of Lightroom - computers and science

  • - but you're still doing your own edit.

    - but you’re still doing your own edit.

  • Tip #3: Resetting Your Edits

    Tip #3: Resetting Your Edits

  • At the very bottom right you can hit the reset button and that completely resets all of your edits. But maybe you made

    At the very bottom right you can hit the reset button and that completely resets all of your edits. But maybe you made

  • tons of edits and you're hitting the slider back and forth and having a good old time and you don't want to hit the reset button

    tons of edits and you're hitting the slider back and forth and having a good old time and you don't want to hit the reset button

  • and wipe out all of them. Then try changing up your individual adjustments. You can simply do this by double tapping to reset a particular slider. I do this all the time if I'm not happy with my sliders.

    and wipe out all of them. Then try changing up your individual adjustments. You can simply do this by double tapping to reset a particular slider. I do this all the time if I'm not happy with my sliders.

  • I just double click it and bam, it's back to zero.

    I just double click it and bam, it's back to zero.

  • Now, another cool extra tip is if you double click on the category of the panel

    Now, another cool extra tip is if you double click on the category of the panel

  • it will reset every single setting in that panel.

    it will reset every single setting in that panel.

  • So, if I double click on the hue or saturation panel it will reset all of the other settings in that panel.

    So, if I double click on the hue or saturation panel it will reset all of the other settings in that panel.

  • Tip #4: Straighten the Horizon Hit “R” on your keyboard; click on crop

    Tip #4: Straighten the Horizon Hit “R†on your keyboard; click on crop

  • and straighten tool This is a more precise way of making sure your horizon is perfectly straight.

    and straighten tool This is a more precise way of making sure your horizon is perfectly straight.

  • It's a lot easier actually and you can straighten your photos a lot easier by using

    It's a lot easier actually and you can straighten your photos a lot easier by using

  • this tool other than just trying to eyeball it. So, it's way more precise. How do you do it?

    this tool other than just trying to eyeball it. So, it's way more precise. How do you do it?

  • It's really simple. Just click on the angle. Click and drag to match the horizon on your image.

    It's really simple. Just click on the angle. Click and drag to match the horizon on your image.

  • Draw a line across the horizon, let go, and it will level it

    Draw a line across the horizon, let go, and it will level it

  • off completely. That's all there is to it.

    off completely. That's all there is to it.

  • Tip #5: Before and After Use the comparison view after editing to see

    Tip #5: Before and After Use the comparison view after editing to see

  • how far your edits have come. There are two main ways of doing this. You can either Click “Y” to get a

    how far your edits have come. There are two main ways of doing this. You can either Click “Y†to get a

  • side by side comparison or alternatively you can hit the backwards slash button

    side by side comparison or alternatively you can hit the backwards slash button

  • without seeing two images on your screen and you can just

    without seeing two images on your screen and you can just

  • see the edits that you've made so far.

    see the edits that you've made so far.

  • Tip #6: Clipping.This might seem like a really simple one but might it's super important if you want

    Tip #6: Clipping.This might seem like a really simple one but might it's super important if you want

  • to make sure you're doing a really good edit on your photo.

    to make sure you're doing a really good edit on your photo.

  • It's really easy to use the clipping tool. All you have to do is hit the letter J.

    It's really easy to use the clipping tool. All you have to do is hit the letter J.

  • If you want to see where your exposure is blown out or where your shadows aren't working for you

    If you want to see where your exposure is blown out or where your shadows aren't working for you

  • just simply choose any photo and take the exposure slider and just crank it up

    just simply choose any photo and take the exposure slider and just crank it up

  • or crank it down. You can either see the red for the overexposed or the blue for the underexposed.

    or crank it down. You can either see the red for the overexposed or the blue for the underexposed.

  • Tip #7: Crop Overlays I want to show you an amazing trick that you

    Tip #7: Crop Overlays I want to show you an amazing trick that you

  • probably didn't know existed. Let's do it. You can access Crop Overlays by clicking

    probably didn’t know existed. Let’s do it. You can access Crop Overlays by clicking

  • R. This will bring up the crop tool. If you know this wait for itpress O. It turns

    R. This will bring up the crop tool. If you know this wait for it… press O. It turns

  • out that Lightroom has several overlays. The rule of thirds, but there are others like

    out that Lightroom has several overlays. The rule of thirds, but there are others like

  • diagonal lines or the golden rule, or previewing different crops.

    diagonal lines or the golden rule, or previewing different crops.

  • If you press SHIFT O you can change the layout of these grid overlays. How have I never noticed

    If you press SHIFT O you can change the layout of these grid overlays. How have I never noticed

  • this?

    this?

  • There is also one called a Golden Spiral which, if you want to get really technical is based

    There is also one called a Golden Spiral which, if you want to get really technical is based

  • on Fibonacci Number. It works on leading lines and bringing you into into the image. This

    on Fibonacci Number. It works on leading lines and bringing you into into the image. This

  • is particularly good for architecture and simply for images where you want to really

    is particularly good for architecture and simply for images where you want to really

  • draw the viewer's eyes to a specific person or object.

    draw the viewer’s eyes to a specific person or object.

  • So, with all of these options you can use crop overlays to get more creative with your

    So, with all of these options you can use crop overlays to get more creative with your

  • crops.

    crops.

  • Tip #8: Lights Out L and Shift L - are a great way to turn off

    Tip #8: Lights Out L and Shift L - are a great way to turn off

  • the lights and remove all the distractions, if you want to look at your photo with nothing

    the lights and remove all the distractions, if you want to look at your photo with nothing

  • around it.

    around it.

  • “L” will isolate the photo you're working on

    “L†will isolate the photo you’re working on

  • No distraction Hit “L” again and it will black out everything

    No distraction Hit “L†again and it will black out everything

  • except the photo

    except the photo

  • Bonus Tip:

    Bonus Tip:

  • TAB - remove side panels SHIFT + TAB - get rid of the film strip at

    TAB - remove side panels SHIFT + TAB - get rid of the film strip at

  • the bottom

    the bottom

  • Tip #9: Virtual Copies

    Tip #9: Virtual Copies

  • People often avoid it because they don't know how it works

    People often avoid it because they don’t know how it works

  • That's virtual copies. I'm going to show you the basics behind this because it's

    That’s virtual copies. I'm going to show you the basics behind this because it’s

  • kind of awesome

    kind of awesome

  • There are 3 ways that I create a virtual copy: Go up to the PHOTO menu and selectCreate

    There are 3 ways that I create a virtual copy: Go up to the PHOTO menu and select “Create

  • Virtual CopyYou also right click and selectCreate

    Virtual Copy†You also right click and select “Create

  • Virtual CopyAnd the quickest way is to select any photo

    Virtual Copy†And the quickest way is to select any photo

  • and click APPLE and APOSTROPHE

    and click APPLE and APOSTROPHE

  • When you create a virtual copy you'll see that you now have 2

    When you create a virtual copy you’ll see that you now have 2

  • On the hard drive, you still only have one - because it's virtual - it's a copy

    On the hard drive, you still only have one - because it’s virtual - it’s a copy

  • Why would you want to do this? Make different edits for a client or for special

    Why would you want to do this? Make different edits for a client or for special

  • edits made specifically for Instagram Go back to the library module and you see

    edits made specifically for Instagram Go back to the library module and you see

  • all the virtual copies. This is one of the most powerful things that

    all the virtual copies. This is one of the most powerful things that

  • exist in Lightroom.

    exist in Lightroom.

  • Tip 10: Rating System

    Tip 10: Rating System

  • When you're in the library module, if you look near the bottom of the screen you should

    When you're in the library module, if you look near the bottom of the screen you should

  • see the controls for flags, stars, and colours.

    see the controls for flags, stars, and colours.

  • An image can be given a star rating ranging from 0-5, with 0 being the worst and 5 being

    An image can be given a star rating ranging from 0-5, with 0 being the worst and 5 being

  • the best.This will speed up your work-flow and stop things becoming confusing when you're

    the best.This will speed up your work-flow and stop things becoming confusing when you’re

  • looking back through your images.

    looking back through your images.

  • Tip 1: You can select photos and press ] to increase the rating or press [ to decrease

    Tip 1: You can select photos and press ] to increase the rating or press [ to decrease

  • the rating.

    the rating.

  • The second tip I have for organizing and rating your photos is that you may find the

    The second tip I have for organizing and rating your photos is that you may find the

  • Compare View useful when applying stars as this will allow you

    Compare View useful when applying stars as this will allow you

  • to compare two similar shots side-by-side so you can decide which one deserves the higher score.

    to compare two similar shots side-by-side so you can decide which one deserves the higher score.

  • So you're probably wondering how to flag photos in Lightroom. The main purpose of flagging photos is to help you

    So you're probably wondering how to flag photos in Lightroom. The main purpose of flagging photos is to help you

  • know which ones to keep and which ones to reject. When it comes to flags each photo

    know which ones to keep and which ones to reject. When it comes to flags each photo

  • will be in one of three states: it can be marked to keep, marked to reject, or unmarked.

    will be in one of three states: it can be marked to keep, marked to reject, or unmarked.

  • The quickest way to pick or reject an image is to use the keyboard shortcuts:

    The quickest way to pick or reject an image is to use the keyboard shortcuts:

  • P - to pick an image.

    P - to pick an image.

  • X - to reject an image.

    X - to reject an image.

  • U - to mark an image as unflagged.

    U - to mark an image as unflagged.

  • Remember that marking a photo as Rejected won't remove it from the Library. They will

    Remember that marking a photo as Rejected won’t remove it from the Library. They will

  • simply be grouped as rejected photographs.

    simply be grouped as rejected photographs.

  • And that is the 10th and final tip. I hope you enjoyed it. I hope you got something out

    And that is the 10th and final tip. I hope you enjoyed it. I hope you got something out

  • of it.

    of it.

  • So, I am really excited about these tips. If it was helpful hit the like button and

    So, I am really excited about these tips. If it was helpful hit the like button and

  • subscribe If there is a shortcut or trick that you couldn't

    subscribe If there is a shortcut or trick that you couldn’t

  • live without, let me know in the comments. I'll see you in the next video. Take care.

    live without, let me know in the comments. I’ll see you in the next video. Take care.

Today we're talking about 10 Lightroom hacks you probably didn't know. These are the hacks,

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