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There are several ways to do this in Lightroom. I will outline two of them. New catalog Create a new catalog Import all the RAW files you want a JPEG version of. Select them all in Grid view, right click, and export them as JPEG. Virtual copy In your current catalog select all the RAW files you want undeveloped versions of. In Grid view right click ...


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Doesn't work on many files (more than 100, depends on the length of file paths) That's due to a hard limit in Windows on the length of a command line. The plugin is trying to name all of the photos you've selected in a single ExifTool instantiation.1 The only thing you can do about this is upgrade to Windows 7+, if you haven't already. The limit in XP ...


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You can always right click after selecting the photos and flagging them that way. I don't know of a shortcut unfortunately.


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In Windows: Press in this order; E > P > D on the keyboard. In the Library Module: I have two images selected: Hit the LetterE Hit the LetterP Hit the LetterD


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In Lightroom there is an option to tick labeled 'Remove chromatic abberation' or words to that effect. Tick that and, hey presto!


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I am a daily user of user in Flickr using my Lightroom 5.5 to upload to photostream in Flickr. When you are in Library mode with the grid view of your photostream it shows you any files you have modified that were previously published in your Flickr photostream. If you click the publish button lightroom asks you if you would like to replace the existing ...


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Up through LR 5.6 at least, this is considered a feature. The justification is that photos should never be enlarged past 1:1, since this reduces the quality of the photo. (The link above takes you to a thread on Adobe's Lightroom feedback site where you can vote to have this behavior changed, now that the world has changed.)


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Use Survey view (N) instead of Loupe view (E). This mode was made for working with multiple images; it behaves a lot like the Compare view mode (C). One big difference is that when there is only one photo selected in the Grid view or Filmstrip, going into Survey mode doesn't show the next photo alongside the one you had directly selected. In that respect, ...



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