When you have thousands of images to process keyboard shortcuts can be a great way
to save time. I am always looking for ways to streamline my post production and use keyboard shortcuts for Lightroom and Photoshop for just about everything. With lightroom there are many shortcuts that can help you save some time. Here is an A to Z look at keyboard shortcuts for Lightroom.
A: A toggles Auto Mask when using Adjustment brush
B: Add to Quick/Target Collection
F: Full Screen
I: Info in loupe
J: Toggle Cell info in Grid, Highlight Clipping in Develop
L: Lights Out
M: Graduated Filter
N: Survey Mode in Library, Spot Removal in Develop
O: Overlay. Shows Crop overlays or Brush Masks
Q: Nothing! Cmd Q quits on Mac
S: Toggle Stacks open and closed, Copy previous Crop ratio in Develop
V: Black and White
W: White Balance
Y: Before/After view
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