To start editing your photo, go to Lightroom’s Develop tab. Once you’ve made some edits, you can turn on the comparison feature by clicking the YY button underneath the photo. The first time you click it, you’ll see two photos side by side: your original photo on the left and the edited version on the right.
How do I compare two snapshots in Lightroom?
To make comparisons
Start by right-clicking on the first Snapshot and selecting Copy Snapshot Settings to Before. Then click on the second Snapshot to apply it to the photo you are developing. Use the backslash () keyboard shortcut to switch between the before and current settings to make the comparison.
How do I use the same edits in Lightroom 2020?
How to Apply Edits to Multiple Photos
- Highlight the image that you just finished editing.
- Control/Command + Click on any other images you want to apply these settings to.
- With multiple photos selected, choose Settings>Sync Settings from your menus. ( …
- Make sure the settings you want to sync are checked.
How do I see before editing in Lightroom?
Well, there’s a quick keyboard shortcut that’ll do just that. Just hit the backslash key (). Press it once and you’ll see the Before image (with no Lightroom changes – except cropping). Then press it again and you’ll see your current After image.
How do I view full screen in Lightroom?
When you’re working on your photos and you want to see them full screen just press Ctrl-Shift-F (Mac: Cmd-Shift-F – think of F for Full Screen) and that’s it.
Is it possible to access snapshots you made in Lightroom while you’re in Photoshop?
Lightroom Snapshot Tips
Any Snapshots you create in your original photo or any of your virtual copies will be automatically available to each other.