- Lightroom Classic is my starting point whenever I am importing, reviewing, finding, exporting or printing any of my images.
- I start by importing the photos from my camera in the Library Module. I then review them and mark the ones I like with the Flags.
- Once I have chosen an image, I select it and move into the Develop Module to edit it for such things as exposure, colour temperature and crop.
- If an image needs more complex editing I open it in Photoshop. When the image is finished and saved in Photoshop, it appears automatically as a new image in Lightroom, where you can edit it further or export it as a .jpeg file to use elsewhere.
- The best way to think of Lightroom Classic is that it is a collection of several programs, each with its own module. Each of these programs do very different things. However, I only use the Library, Develop and Print modules myself.
- Lightroom Classic has several menu buttons along the top which control the way it works. See Lightroom Classic Menus.
Lightroom Classic has several modules, each acting like a separate program.
- Library where you import, export and organise your photos.
- Develop where you edit your photos.
- Print where you print your photos from.
- Map, Book, Slideshow and Web are less often used.
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