This quick video tip by photographer Anthony Morganti will show you how to better control the sliders in Adobe Lightroom.
There are a few simple ways of controlling sliders in Lightroom. you can use the mouse to move the slider, you can choose a slider and write down a precise value or you can use the up and down arrows. But what if you want to be more precise? you can hold the shift while you move the slider with your mouse. You can also use the ALT and the up/down to do the same. If you want larger movements – use the SHIFT and the up/down keys.
By the way, these tricks only partially works in Photoshop (Camera RAW) from some reason.
We have been covering Morganti’s quick tip series of videos for lightroom users including his previous videos “Targeted Adjustments in Lightroom“, “How to Work with Crop Overlays in Lightroon“, “Lightroom Quick Tip – Changing Background Color Easily“, “Lightroom Quick Tip – How to Quickly Remove Distractions from Lightroom“ and more recently “How to Share Images From Laptop to Desktop in Lightroom“ and “How to Use Clipping Indicators in Lightroom“..
You can check out more useful Lightroom guides and tips on our LensVid Lightroom section.