How do I start editing in Lightroom?

If you’re not yet a member, here is a quick guide on getting started:

A) Create a Profile in Lightroom (locate you need a profile and select a few of the filters, images, and scenes that are most meaningful to your photography).

B) Go to the Profile, click on Photo Settings.

C) Select the ‘Camera and Photos’ section.

D) Click on ‘Camera’ in the list.

E) Here you can configure your camera settings and select your preferred method of shooting (auto, manual, HDR) for the image:


How do I delete photos from other computers or devices? If you are a user of certain digital photography programs (Lightroom, Aperture, Capture One, etc.), you will be able to delete the images from Lightroom on any other digital camera or device. We’ll discuss how to do this in more details shortly.

How do I do a manual focus edit? First, you can find the option for manual focus in the ‘Focus’ and ‘Focus Points’ sections of the Lightroom interface. Choose manual focus only (or ‘single-exposure’), so that the camera is focusing automatically when you change the focus point.

2-Layers of Lightroom

There are many features on the software that allow you to quickly and effectively edit or optimize images. However, there are a few things you can’t change with Lightroom.

To find the features that allow you to create a two-dimensional photo at any time during the editing process:

1) click on the ‘Select File Type’ button near the top of the Lightroom window.

2) If you are using Lightroom for the first time, you can see two preview options for the file you want to edit:

(A) A new Preview button in the middle of the Window, with a drop-down menu that lets you select the file types that allow the edit you want to make.

(B) An edit options to the right of the preview, which shows the option to choose the color depth of the image, the crop and perspective, the exposure and white balance, and the focus point.

Click on the preview to switch between it to see each layer and to select which of the layers you want to edit.

If you want to change a layer, in the Edit window, click the new Layer button at the bottom left of the Window. In the drop