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Lightroom Tone Curve tutorial

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On 18/01/2018 at 19:17, Justin Case said:

All you need to know about Tone Curve in Lightroom
https://youtu.be/cGib3rR8zG0

That one is probably a bit beyond me, but it’s useful to understand what the panel does. I’ve now looked at some of the earlier videos that I missed about the Library module, learned a couple of little things I didn’t know. What struck me is whether it’s possible to have a crib sheet for all of the shortcuts mentioned in the videos, as it’s hard to remember them all!

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59 minutes ago, Sally said:

What struck me is whether it’s possible to have a crib sheet for all of the shortcuts mentioned in the videos, as it’s hard to remember them all!

 

I've not watched the videos as I know my way around Lightroom but I presume you mean keyboard shortcuts. The official Lightroom Manual has an extensive list of shortcuts at the very end. Unlike Photoshop, it is not possible to customise the shortcuts.

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9 hours ago, MDM said:

 

I've not watched the videos as I know my way around Lightroom but I presume you mean keyboard shortcuts. The official Lightroom Manual has an extensive list of shortcuts at the very end. Unlike Photoshop, it is not possible to customise the shortcuts.

Cheers. 

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On 1/19/2018 at 22:10, Sally said:

That one is probably a bit beyond me, but it’s useful to understand what the panel does. I’ve now looked at some of the earlier videos that I missed about the Library module, learned a couple of little things I didn’t know. What struck me is whether it’s possible to have a crib sheet for all of the shortcuts mentioned in the videos, as it’s hard to remember them all!

Hi Sally,
I did not include the list of shortcuts because they are available, as pointed out by MDM.
Maybe I should have included the link in the video

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On 1/19/2018 at 22:10, Sally said:

That one is probably a bit beyond me, but it’s useful to understand what the panel does. I’ve now looked at some of the earlier videos that I missed about the Library module, learned a couple of little things I didn’t know. What struck me is whether it’s possible to have a crib sheet for all of the shortcuts mentioned in the videos, as it’s hard to remember them all!

 

There's an inbuilt crib sheet within Lightroom!

 

In any module in Lightroom, you can view a list of available shortcuts for that module onscreen by pressing CTRL + /

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26 minutes ago, losdemas said:

 

There's an inbuilt crib sheet within Lightroom!

 

In any module in Lightroom, you can view a list of available shortcuts for that module onscreen by pressing CTRL + /

 

I forgot that. Good reminder thanks. It's actually cmd + / on a Mac not ctrl (which does exist on the Mac keyboard).

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7 hours ago, MDM said:

 

I forgot that. Good reminder thanks. It's actually cmd + / on a Mac not ctrl (which does exist on the Mac keyboard).

That’s helpful to know, and much easier to access. Thanks

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On 1/23/2018 at 00:41, losdemas said:

 

There's an inbuilt crib sheet within Lightroom!

 

In any module in Lightroom, you can view a list of available shortcuts for that module onscreen by pressing CTRL + /

That is right,
very good reminder!

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