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Fast edits in Adobe Lightroom:

  1. Use presets: Develop presets can be a great way to speed up your editing process. You can create your own presets or use ones that are available online. Presets can apply a certain look or style to your images with just one click.
  2. Use batch editing: If you have a large number of similar images that require similar adjustments, you can use the batch editing feature. Select all the images you want to edit, apply the changes to one of the images, and then synchronize the changes across all the selected images.
  3. Use the histogram: The histogram is a graphical representation of the tonal range in your image. It can help you quickly identify any exposure or color issues. Use it to make quick adjustments to exposure, contrast, and saturation.
  4. Use keyboard shortcuts: Adobe Lightroom has a number of keyboard shortcuts that can speed up your editing process. For example, you can use the “Q” key to quickly enter the spot removal tool, or the “P” key to enter the develop module.
  5. Use the Loupe view: The Loupe view allows you to quickly zoom in and out of your images to check for sharpness or other issues. You can use the “Z” key to enter the Loupe view, and then use the arrow keys to navigate between images.
  6. Use the compare view: The compare view allows you to compare two images side by side. This can be a great way to compare similar images and quickly choose the best one. Use the “C” key to enter the compare view, and then use the arrow keys to navigate between images.

By implementing these tips, you can significantly speed up your editing workflow in Adobe Lightroom.