20 Lightroom keyboard shortcuts you might not have known about?

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In no particular order, some of the lesser known keyboard shortcuts in Lightroom Classic.

1 - B - Add an image/ images to the target collection

2 - Shift control H - Create a new HDR file from selected images

3 - Shift Tab - remove panels from view

4 - N - takes you to survey mode for the selected images

5 - R - takes you straight to crop

6 - O changes the grid when you are in crop mode

7 - Control , - opens up Preferences

8 - L - turn the lights down! Press once and then twice and see that happens

9 - Control A - select all images

10 - Control Alt 1 - takes you to the Library Module

11 - Change to Control Alt 2 for Develop Module

12 - Control Alt 3 for Map Module

(I don't use the other modules).

13 - Right arrow key - go to the next images in the film strip

14 - Left arrow key - go to the previous image

15 - F1 - takes you straight to the Adobe Help page

16 - \ - show the filter bar. Press again to hide it.

17 - Z - zoom in and out quickly

18 - D - takes you straight to the Develop Module

19 - Control Z - takes you back a step

20 - S - expand/ collapse a stack

Check out the Alt key too, especially in the Develop Module.

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