If you are new to Adobe Lightroom, it is very important to know how to control the interface of the program and how to get out of it whenever you want. Clearly, there are several instances wherein we have to make some huge adjustments to our images. In addition, we need to develop our skills on how to navigate every panel and control system in the program so we can focus on other editing procedure without distractions.
Basically, there are three basic steps on how to control and limit the Lightroom’s interface when editing an image:
- Press the tab key to hide both left and right side panels.
- Press the shift key to hide both the top and bottom panels of Lightroom.
- If you want to view the image in full, simply press the “F” key for your convenience.
Now that we know how to control the interface, let’s talk about the new features in Lightroom.
Adobe system has added some cool and exciting features to both Lightroom CC and Lightroom 6 in their latest version release. The two major changes are an overhauled importing feature and the additional Lightroom free presets.
The new import features are way more effective than the previous Lightroom version. It is developed in an easy manner so that beginners can understand. Adobe company has done a really great job in enhancing their features. Their goal is for everyone to use it without confusing them.
The new additional Lightroom free presets have been one of the most awaited feature added to the develop module since their last upgrade. Beginners can now use the graduated, radial and local adjustment filters for ordinary modification. Moreover, a lot of new controls have been added to help you get the most out of your images.