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Library filter
Library filter 1 Library filter 1. button
Library filter 2 Library filter 2. button
Library filter 3 Library filter 3. button
Library filter 4 Library filter 4. button
Library filter 5 Library filter 5. button
Library filter 6 Library filter 6. button
Library filter 7 Library filter 7. button
Library filter 8 Library filter 8. button
Library filter 9 Library filter 9. button
Library filter 10 Library filter 10. button
General
Primary Display Grid Displays photos as thumbnails in cells, which can be viewed in compact and expanded sizes. button
Primary Display Loupe Displays a single photo. Zoom levels up to 11:1 are available. button
Primary Display Compare Displays photos side by side so that you can evaluate them. button
Primary Display Survey Displays the active photo with selected photos so that you can evaluate them. The active photo has the lightest colored cell. button
Enable/Disable Zoom button
Zoom In button
Zoom In Some button
Zoom Out Some button
Zoom Out button
Add to Selection Left Extend selection one picture to the left. button
Add to Selection Right Extend selection one picture to the right. button
Next Photo button
Previous Photo button
Library
Show Library Switch to Library module. button
Set Pick Flag button
Set Rejected Flag button
Unflagged button
0 Stars button
1 Star button
2 Stars button
3 Stars button
4 Stars button
5 Stars button
Increase Rating button
Decrease Rating button
Label Blue Enable/Disable button
Label Green Enable/Disable button
Label Red Enable/Disable button
Label Purple Enable/Disable button
Label Yellow Enable/Disable button
Primary Display People In the People view, the different faces are organized by people stacks. button
Develop
Show Develop Switch to Develop module. button
Copy Settings Copies all develop settings. Application will remember last copy operation and use that for all paste operations until a new Copy Settings is done or the application is restarted. button
Paste Settings Pastes all develop settings. button
Paste Selected Settings Pastes only those settings checked in the Options—Paste Selections dialog. button
Create Virtual Copy Creates a virtual copy for each of the currently selected photos and videos. The new virtual copies will be selected. button
Reset Settings Reset to defaults. button
Reset Last Modified Resets the last parameter that was adjusted by an encoder or fader to default. button
Increase Last Modified Increments the last parameter that was adjusted by an encoder or fader. button
Decrease Last Modified Decrements the last parameter that was adjusted by an encoder or fader. button
Undo button
Redo button
Primary Display Before/After Left/Right button
Primary Display Before/After Top/Bottom button
Primary Display Before button
Primary Display Reference View — Left/Right button
Primary Display Reference View — Top/Bottom button
Primary Display Loupe button
Basic Tone
Show Basic Tone Open Basic Adjustments Panel in Develop Module. button
White Balance As Shot※ Use Temperature and Tint as determined by camera. button
White Balance Auto※ Have Lightroom determine Temperature and Tint. button
White Balance Cloudy※ Use cloudy white balance. button
White Balance Daylight※ Use daylight white balance. button
White Balance Flash※ Use flash white balance. button
White Balance Fluorescent※ Use fluorescent white balance. button
White Balance Shade※ Use shade white balance. button
White Balance Tungsten※ Use tungsten white balance. button
Basic Tone Auto Tone※ Auto Tone. button
Temperature Fine-tunes the white balance using the Kelvin color temperature scale. Move the slider to the left to make the photo appear cooler, and right to warm the photo colors.
Tint Fine-tunes the white balance to compensate for a green or magenta tint. Move the slider to the left (negative values) to add green to the photo; move it to the right (positive values) to add magenta.
Exposure Sets the overall image brightness. Adjust the slider until the photo looks good and the image is the desired brightness.
Contrast Increases or decreases image contrast, mainly affecting midtones. When you increase contrast, the middle-to-dark image areas become darker, and the middle-to-light image areas become lighter. The image tones are inversely affected as you decrease contrast.
Highlights (Highlight Recovery in PV2003 and PV2010) Adjusts bright image areas. Drag to the left to darken highlights and recover “blown out” highlight details. Drag to the right to brighten highlights while minimizing clipping.

In PV2003 and PV2010, controls recovery and reduces the tones of extreme highlights and attempts to recover highlight detail lost because of camera overexposure. Lightroom can recover detail in raw image files if one or two channels are clipped.
Brightness Adjusts image brightness, mainly affecting midtones. Adjust Brightness after setting Exposure, Recovery, and Blacks sliders. Large brightness adjustments can affect shadow or highlight clipping, so you may want to readjust the Exposure, Recovery, or Blacks slider after adjusting brightness. No effect unless in PV2003 or PV2010)
Shadows (Fill Light in PV2003 and PV2010) Adjusts dark image areas. Drag to the left to darken shadows while minimizing clipping. Drag to the right to brighten shadows and recover shadow details.

In PV2003 and PV2010, controls Fill Light, and lightens shadow to reveal more detail while maintaining blacks. Take care not to over apply the setting and reveal image noise.
Whites (no effect in PV2003 and PV2010) Adjusts white clipping. Drag to the left to reduce clipping in highlights. Drag to the right to increase highlight clipping.
Blacks Specifies which image values map to black. Moving the slider to the right increases the areas that become black, sometimes creating the impression of increased image contrast. The greatest effect is in the shadows, with much less change in the midtones and highlights.
Clarity Adds depth to an image by increasing local contrast. When using this setting, it is best to zoom in to 100% or greater.
Vibrance Adjusts the saturation so that clipping is minimized as colors approach full saturation, changing the saturation of all lower-saturated colors with less effect on the higher-saturated colors. Vibrance also prevents skin tones from becoming over saturated.
Saturation Adjusts the saturation of all image colors equally from -100 (monochrome) to +100 (double the saturation).
Reset Temperature Reset to default. button
Reset Tint Reset to default. button
Reset Exposure Reset to default. button
Reset Contrast Reset to default. button
Reset Highlights Reset to default. button
Reset Shadows Reset to default. button
Reset Whites Reset to default. button
Reset Blacks Reset to default. button
Reset Clarity Reset to default. button
Reset Vibrance Reset to default. button
Reset Saturation Reset to default. button
Tone Curve
Show Tone Curve Open Tone Curve Panel in Develop Module. button
Enable Tone Curve※ Enable or disable tone curve. button
Dark Tones Adjust darks.
Light Tones Adjust lights.
Shadow Tones Adjust shadows.
Highlight Tones Adjust highlights.
Shadow Split Move division between shadows and darks.
Midtone Split Move division between darks and lights.
Highlight Split Move division between lights and highlights.
Reset Dark Tones Reset to default. button
Reset Light Tones Reset to default. button
Reset Shadow Tones Reset to default. button
Reset Highlight Tones Reset to default. button
Reset Shadow Split Reset to default. button
Reset Midtone Split Reset to default. button
Reset Highlight Split Reset to default. button
Tone Curve Linear Linear Point Curve. button
Tone Curve Medium Contrast Medium Contrast Point Curve. button
Tone Curve Strong Contrast Strong Contrast Point Curve. button
Color Adjustments
Show Color Adjustments Open Mixer Panel in Develop Module. button
Enable Color Adjustments※ Enable or disable color adjustments. button
Saturation Adjustment Red Changes the color vividness or purity of the color.
Saturation Adjustment Orange Changes the color vividness or purity of the color.
Saturation Adjustment Yellow Changes the color vividness or purity of the color.
Saturation Adjustment Green Changes the color vividness or purity of the color.
Saturation Adjustment Aqua Changes the color vividness or purity of the color.
Saturation Adjustment Blue Changes the color vividness or purity of the color.
Saturation Adjustment Purple Changes the color vividness or purity of the color.
Saturation Adjustment Magenta Changes the color vividness or purity of the color.
All Saturation Adjustment Changes all color vividness or purity of all colors.
Hue Adjustment Red Changes the color.
Hue Adjustment Orange Changes the color.
Hue Adjustment Yellow Changes the color.
Hue Adjustment Green Changes the color.
Hue Adjustment Aqua Changes the color.
Hue Adjustment Blue Changes the color.
Hue Adjustment Purple Changes the color.
Hue Adjustment Magenta Changes the color.
Luminance Adjustment Red Changes the brightness of the color range.
Luminance Adjustment Orange Changes the brightness of the color range.
Luminance Adjustment Yellow Changes the brightness of the color range.
Luminance Adjustment Green Changes the brightness of the color range.
Luminance Adjustment Aqua Changes the brightness of the color range.
Luminance Adjustment Blue Changes the brightness of the color range.
Luminance Adjustment Purple Changes the brightness of the color range.
Luminance Adjustment Magenta Changes the brightness of the color range.
Convert to Grayscale※ Enable/disable gray scale conversion. button
Enable Grayscale Mix※ Enable or disable black and white mix. button
Gray Mixer Red Red contribution to luminance.
Gray Mixer Orange Orange contribution to luminance.
Gray Mixer Yellow Yellow contribution to luminance.
Gray Mixer Green Green contribution to luminance.
Gray Mixer Aqua Aqua contribution to luminance.
Gray Mixer Blue Blue contribution to luminance.
Gray Mixer Purple Purple contribution to luminance.
Gray Mixer Magenta Magenta contribution to luminance.
Reset Color Adjustments
Reset Saturation Adjustment Red Reset to default. button
Reset Saturation Adjustment Orange Reset to default. button
Reset Saturation Adjustment Yellow Reset to default. button
Reset Saturation Adjustment Green Reset to default. button
Reset Saturation Adjustment Aqua Reset to default. button
Reset Saturation Adjustment Blue Reset to default. button
Reset Saturation Adjustment Purple Reset to default. button
Reset Saturation Adjustment Magenta Reset to default. button
Reset All Saturation Adjustment Reset to default. button
Reset Hue Adjustment Red Reset to default. button
Reset Hue Adjustment Orange Reset to default. button
Reset Hue Adjustment Yellow Reset to default. button
Reset Hue Adjustment Green Reset to default. button
Reset Hue Adjustment Aqua Reset to default. button
Reset Hue Adjustment Blue Reset to default. button
Reset Hue Adjustment Purple Reset to default. button
Reset Hue Adjustment Magenta Reset to default. button
Reset Luminance Adjustment Red Reset to default. button
Reset Luminance Adjustment Orange Reset to default. button
Reset Luminance Adjustment Yellow Reset to default. button
Reset Luminance Adjustment Green Reset to default. button
Reset Luminance Adjustment Aqua Reset to default. button
Reset Luminance Adjustment Blue Reset to default. button
Reset Luminance Adjustment Purple Reset to default. button
Reset Luminance Adjustment Magenta Reset to default. button
Reset Gray Mixer Red Reset to default. button
Reset Gray Mixer Orange Reset to default. button
Reset Gray Mixer Yellow Reset to default. button
Reset Gray Mixer Green Reset to default. button
Reset Gray Mixer Aqua Reset to default. button
Reset Gray Mixer Blue Reset to default. button
Reset Gray Mixer Purple Reset to default. button
Reset Gray Mixer Magenta Reset to default. button
Split Toning
Show Split Toning Open Split Toning Panel in Develop Module. button
Enable Split Toning※ Enable or disable split toning effects. button
Shadow Hue Color of the tone for shadows.
Shadow Saturation Strength of the effect.
Highlight Hue Color of the tone for highlights.
Highlight Saturation Strength of the effect.
Split Toning Balance Set the Balance slider to balance the effect between the Highlight and Shadow sliders. Positive values increase the effect of the Highlight sliders; negative values increase the effect of the Shadow sliders.
Reset Shadow Hue Reset to default. button
Reset Shadow Saturation Reset to default. button
Reset Highlight Hue Reset to default. button
Reset Highlight Saturation Reset to default. button
Reset Split Toning Balance Reset to default. button
Detail
Show Detail Open Detail Panel in Develop Module. button
Enable Detail※ Enable or disable noise reduction and sharpening. button
Sharpness Adjusts edge definition. Increase the Amount value to increase sharpening. A value of zero (0) turns off sharpening. In general, set Amount to a lower value for cleaner images. The adjustment locates pixels that differ from surrounding pixels based on the threshold you specify and increases the pixels’ contrast by the amount you specify.
Sharpen Radius Adjusts the size of the details that sharpening is applied to. Photos with very fine details may need a lower radius setting. Photos with larger details may be able to use a larger radius. Using too large a radius generally results in unnatural-looking results.
Sharpen Detail Adjusts how much high-frequency information is sharpened in the image and how much the sharpening process emphasizes edges. Lower settings primarily sharpen edges to remove blurring. Higher values are useful for making the textures in the image more pronounced.
Sharpen Edge Masking Controls an edge mask. With a setting of zero (0), everything in the image receives the same amount of sharpening. With a setting of 100, sharpening is mostly restricted to those areas near the strongest edges.
Luminance Smoothing Reduces luminance noise.
Luminance Detail Controls the luminance noise threshold. Useful for very noisy photos. Higher values preserve more detail but may produce noisier results. Lower values produce cleaner results but may also remove some detail.
Luminance Contrast Controls luminance contrast. Useful for very noisy photos. Higher values preserve contrast but may produce noisy blotches or mottling. Lower values produce smoother results but may also have less contrast.
Color Noise Reduction Reduces color noise.
Color Noise Reduction Detail Controls the color noise threshold. Higher values protect thin, detailed color edges but may result in color speckling. Lower values remove color speckles but may result in color bleeding.
Color Noise Reduction Smoothness Increasing this can prevent artifacts especially in the lower frequencies.
Reset Sharpness Reset to default. button
Reset Sharpen Radius Reset to default. button
Reset Sharpen Detail Reset to default. button
Reset Sharpen Edge Masking Reset to default. button
Reset Luminance Smoothing Reset to default. button
Reset Luminance Detail Reset to default. button
Reset Luminance Contrast Reset to default. button
Reset Color Noise Reduction Reset to default. button
Reset Color Noise Reduction Detail Reset to default. button
Reset Color Noise Reduction Smoothness Reset to default. button
Lens Corrections
Show Lens Corrections Open Lens Corrections Panel in Develop Module. button
Enable Lens Corrections※ Enable or disable all lens corrections. button
Toggle Profile Corrections※ Enable or disable lens profile correction. button
Remove Chromatic Aberration※ Toggle Remove Chromatic Aberration. button
Lens Profile Distortion Scale The default value 100 applies 100% of the distortion correction in the profile. Values over 100 apply greater correction to the distortion; values under 100 apply less correction to the distortion.
Lens Profile Chromatic Aberration Scale The default value 100 applies 100% of the chromatic aberration correction in the profile. Values over 100 apply greater correction to color fringing; values under 100 apply less correction to color fringing.
Lens Profile Vignetting Scale The default value 100 applies 100% of the vignetting correction in the profile. Values over 100 apply greater correction to vignetting; values under 100 apply less correction to vignetting.
Constrain to Warp※ Enable or disable Constrain Crop. button
Reset Lens Profile Distortion Scale Reset to default. button
Reset Lens Profile Chromatic Aberration Scale Reset to default. button
Reset Lens Profile Vignetting Scale Reset to default. button
Defringe Purple Amount You can adjust the affected purple or green hue range using the Purple Hue and the Green Hue sliders. Drag either end-point control to expand or decrease the range of affected colors. Drag between the end point controls to move the hue range. The minimum space between end points is ten units.
Defringe Purple Hue - Low See 'Defringe Purple Amount' description for details.
Defringe Purple Hue - High See 'Defringe Purple Amount' description for details.
Defringe Green Amount You can adjust the affected purple or green hue range using the Purple Hue and the Green Hue sliders. Drag either end-point control to expand or decrease the range of affected colors. Drag between the end point controls to move the hue range. The minimum space between end points is ten units. The default spacing for the green sliders is narrow to protect green/yellow image colors, like foliage.
Defringe Green Hue - Low See 'Defringe Green Amount' description for details.
Defringe Green Hue - High See 'Defringe Green Amount' description for details.
Reset Defringe Purple Amount Reset to default. button
Reset Defringe Purple Hue - Low Reset to default. button
Reset Defringe Purple Hue - High Reset to default. button
Reset Defringe Green Amount Reset to default. button
Reset Defringe Green Hue - Low Reset to default. button
Reset Defringe Green Hue - High Reset to default. button
Lens Manual Distortion Amount Drag to the right to correct barrel distortion and straighten lines that bend away from the center. Drag to the left to correct pincushion distortion and straighten lines that bend toward the center.
Vignette Amount※ Sets the amount of lightening or darkening along the edges of an image. Corrects images that have darkened corners caused by lens faults or improper lens shading.
Vignette Midpoint※ Specifies the width of area affected by the Amount slider. Specify a lower number to affect more of the image. Specify a higher number to restrict the effect to the edges of the image.
Reset Lens Manual Distortion Amount Reset to default. button
Reset Vignette Amount※ Reset to default. button
Reset Vignette Midpoint※ Reset to default. button
Transform
Show Transform Open Transform Panel in Develop Module. button
Enable Transform※ Enable or disable all tranforms. button
Perspective Correction Off Upright mode off. button
Perspective Correction Auto Balanced level, aspect ratio, and perspective corrections. button
Perspective Correction Level Perspective corrections are weighted toward horizontal details. button
Perspective Correction Vertical Perspective corrections are weighted toward vertical details. button
Perspective Correction Guided Perspective corrections guide by drawing lines. button
Perspective Correction Full Combination of full Level, Vertical, and Auto perspective corrections. button
Reset Upright Settings Reset to default. button
Perspective Vertical Corrects perspective caused by tilting the camera up or down. Makes vertical lines appear parallel.
Perspective Horizontal Corrects perspective caused by angling the camera left or right. Makes horizontal lines parallel.
Perspective Rotate Corrects for camera tilt. Uses the center of the original, uncropped photo as the axis of rotation.
Perspective Scale Adjusts the image scale up or down. Helps to remove empty areas caused by perspective corrections and distortions. Displays areas of the image that extend beyond the crop boundary.
Perspective Aspect Adjusts the amount the image is stretched horizontally or vertically.
Perspective X※ Moves the center of the image laterally.
Perspective Y※ Moves the center of the image vertically.
Reset Perspective Vertical Reset to default. button
Reset Perspective Horizontal Reset to default. button
Reset Perspective Rotate Reset to default. button
Reset Perspective Scale Reset to default. button
Reset Perspective Aspect Reset to default. button
Reset Perspective X※ Reset to default. button
Reset Perspective Y※ Reset to default. button
Effects
Show Effects Open Effects Panel in Develop Module. button
Enable Effects※ Enable or disable effects. button
Dehaze Amount Controls the amount of haze in a photograph. Drag to the right to remove haze; drag to the left to add haze.
Post Crop Vignette Amount Negative values darken the corners of the photo. Positive values lighten the corners.
Post Crop Vignette Midpoint Lower values apply the Amount adjustment to a larger area away from the corners. Higher values restrict the adjustment to an area closer to the corners.
Post Crop Vignette Feather Lower values reduce softening between the vignette and the vignette’s surrounding pixels. Higher values increase the softening.
Post Crop Vignette Roundness Lower values make the vignette effect more oval. Higher values make the vignette effect more circular.
Post Crop Vignette Style※ Cycles through: Highlight Priority Enables highlight recovery but can lead to color shifts in darkened areas of a photo. Suitable for photos with bright image areas such as clipped specular highlights. Color Priority Minimizes color shifts in darkened areas of a photo but cannot perform highlight recovery. Paint Overlay Mixes the cropped image values with black or white pixels. Can result in a flat appearance.
Highlight Priority Post Crop Vignette Style: Highlight Priority. button
Color Priority※ Post Crop Vignette Style: Color Priority. button
Paint Overlay※ Post Crop Vignette Style: Paint Overlay. button
Post Crop Vignette Highlight Contrast (Highlight Priority and Color Priority only) Controls the degree of highlight contrast preserved when Amount is negative. Suitable for photos with small highlights, such as candles and lamps.
Grain Amount Controls the amount of grain applied to the image. Drag to the right to increase the amount. Set to zero to disable grain.
Grain Size Controls grain particle size. At sizes of 25 or greater, blue is added to make the effect look better with noise reduction.
Grain Roughness Controls the regularity of the grain. Drag to the left to make the grain more uniform; drag to the right to make the grain more uneven.
Reset Dehaze Amount Reset to default. button
Reset Post Crop Vignette Amount Reset to default. button
Reset Post Crop Vignette Midpoint Reset to default. button
Reset Post Crop Vignette Feather Reset to default. button
Reset Post Crop Vignette Roundness Reset to default. button
Reset Post Crop Vignette Style Reset to default. button
Reset Post Crop Vignette Highlight Contrast Reset to default. button
Reset Grain Amount Reset to default. button
Reset Grain Size Reset to default. button
Reset Grain Roughness Reset to default. button
Calibration
Show Calibration Open Camera Calibration Panel in Develop Module. button
Enable Calibration※ Enable or disable custom camera calibration. button
Adobe Standard※ Applies the Adobe Standard profile. button
Camera Clear※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. button
Camera Darker Skin Tone※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. Additionallly, the code for this particular setting has not been fully tested, so even if Adobe has this profile set for your camera, it may not work. Please post an issue if this happens. button
Camera Deep※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. button
Camera Faithful※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. Additionallly, the code for this particular setting has not been fully tested, so even if Adobe has this profile set for your camera, it may not work. Please post an issue if this happens. button
Camera Flat※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. Additionallly, the code for this particular setting has not been fully tested, so even if Adobe has this profile set for your camera, it may not work. Please post an issue if this happens. button
Camera Landscape※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. button
Camera Light※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. button
Camera Lighter Skin Tone※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. Additionallly, the code for this particular setting has not been fully tested, so even if Adobe has this profile set for your camera, it may not work. Please post an issue if this happens. button
Camera Monochrome※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. Additionallly, the code for this particular setting has not been fully tested, so even if Adobe has this profile set for your camera, it may not work. Please post an issue if this happens. button
Camera Monotone※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. Additionallly, the code for this particular setting has not been fully tested, so even if Adobe has this profile set for your camera, it may not work. Please post an issue if this happens. button
Camera Muted※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. Additionallly, the code for this particular setting has not been fully tested, so even if Adobe has this profile set for your camera, it may not work. Please post an issue if this happens. button
Camera Natural※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. Additionallly, the code for this particular setting has not been fully tested, so even if Adobe has this profile set for your camera, it may not work. Please post an issue if this happens. button
Camera Neutral※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. button
Camera Portrait※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. button
Camera Positive Film※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. Additionallly, the code for this particular setting has not been fully tested, so even if Adobe has this profile set for your camera, it may not work. Please post an issue if this happens. button
Camera Standard※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. button
Camera Vivid※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. button
Camera Vivid Blue※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. Additionallly, the code for this particular setting has not been fully tested, so even if Adobe has this profile set for your camera, it may not work. Please post an issue if this happens. button
Camera Vivid Green※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. Additionallly, the code for this particular setting has not been fully tested, so even if Adobe has this profile set for your camera, it may not work. Please post an issue if this happens. button
Camera Vivid Red※ These profiles attempt to match the camera manufacturer’s color appearance under specific settings. If Adobe doesn’t have this profile set up for your camera, using it may have unexpected results. Additionallly, the code for this particular setting has not been fully tested, so even if Adobe has this profile set for your camera, it may not work. Please post an issue if this happens. button
Shadow Tint Calibration Corrects for any green or magenta tint in the shadow areas of the photo.
Red Hue Calibration For the red primary. Moving the Hue slider to the left (negative value) is similar to a counterclockwise move on the color wheel; moving it to the right (positive value) is similar to a clockwise move.
Red Saturation Calibration For the red primary. Moving the Saturation slider to the left (negative value) desaturates the color; moving it to the right (positive value) increases saturation.
Green Hue Calibration For the green primary. Moving the Hue slider to the left (negative value) is similar to a counterclockwise move on the color wheel; moving it to the right (positive value) is similar to a clockwise move.
Green Saturation Calibration For the green primary. Moving the Saturation slider to the left (negative value) desaturates the color; moving it to the right (positive value) increases saturation.
Blue Hue Calibration For the blue primary. Moving the Hue slider to the left (negative value) is similar to a counterclockwise move on the color wheel; moving it to the right (positive value) is similar to a clockwise move.
Blue Saturation Calibration For the blue primary. Moving the Saturation slider to the left (negative value) desaturates the color; moving it to the right (positive value) increases saturation.
Reset Shadow Tint Calibration Reset to default. button
Reset Red Hue Calibration Reset to default. button
Reset Red Saturation Calibration Reset to default. button
Reset Green Hue Calibration Reset to default. button
Reset Green Saturation Calibration Reset to default. button
Reset Blue Hue Calibration Reset to default. button
Reset Blue Saturation Calibration Reset to default. button
Develop Presets
Develop Preset 1 Apply preset 1 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 2 Apply preset 2 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 3 Apply preset 3 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 4 Apply preset 4 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 5 Apply preset 5 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 6 Apply preset 6 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 7 Apply preset 7 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 8 Apply preset 8 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 9 Apply preset 9 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 10 Apply preset 10 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 11 Apply preset 11 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 12 Apply preset 12 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 13 Apply preset 13 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 14 Apply preset 14 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 15 Apply preset 15 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 16 Apply preset 16 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 17 Apply preset 17 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 18 Apply preset 18 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 19 Apply preset 19 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 20 Apply preset 20 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 21 Apply preset 21 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 22 Apply preset 22 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 23 Apply preset 23 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 24 Apply preset 24 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 25 Apply preset 25 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 26 Apply preset 26 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 27 Apply preset 27 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 28 Apply preset 28 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 29 Apply preset 29 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 30 Apply preset 30 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 31 Apply preset 31 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 32 Apply preset 32 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 33 Apply preset 33 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 34 Apply preset 34 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 35 Apply preset 35 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 36 Apply preset 36 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 37 Apply preset 37 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 38 Apply preset 38 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 39 Apply preset 39 to active photo only. button
Develop Preset 40 Apply preset 40 to active photo only. button
Local Adjustments
Show Graduated Filters Select Graduated Filter mode in Develop Module. Repeated press toggles Loupe View. button
Show Radial Filters Select Radial Filter View mode in Develop Module. Repeated press toggles Loupe View. button
Show Red-Eye Correction Select Red Eye mode in Develop Module. Repeated press toggles Loupe View. button
Show Spot Removal Select Spot Removal mode in Develop Module. Repeated press toggles Loupe View. button
Show Brush Adjustments Select Adjustment Brush mode in Develop Module. Repeated press toggles Loupe View. button
Local Adjustments Temp. (PV2012) Adjust Temperature for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Tint (PV2012) Adjust Tint for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Exposure (PV2010 and PV2012) Adjust Exposure for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Contrast (PV2010 and PV2012) Adjust Contrast for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Highlights (PV2012) Adjust Highlights for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Shadows (PV2012) Adjust Shadows for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Whites (PV2012)※ Adjust Whites for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Blacks (PV2012)※ Adjust Blacks for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Clarity (PV2010 and PV2012) Adjust Clarity for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Dehaze (PV2012)※ Adjust Dehaze for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Saturation (PV2010 and PV2012) Adjust Saturation for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Sharpness (PV2010 and PV2012) Adjust Sharpness for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Luminence Noise Reduction (PV2012) Adjust Luminance Noise for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Moire (PV2012) Adjust Moire for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Adjustments Defringe (PV2012) Adjust Defringe for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Local Toning Luminance (PV2010) Adjust Toning Luminance for the currently active tool: Brush, Radial Filter, or Graduated Filter.
Reset Local Adjustments Temp. (PV2012) Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Tint (PV2012) Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Exposure (PV2010 and PV2012) Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Contrast (PV2010 and PV2012) Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Highlights (PV2012) Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Shadows (PV2012) Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Whites (PV2012)※ Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Blacks (PV2012)※ Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Clarity (PV2010 and PV2012) Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Dehaze (PV2012)※ Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Saturation (PV2010 and PV2012) Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Sharpness (PV2010 and PV2012) Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Luminence Noise Reduction (PV2012) Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Moire (PV2012) Reset to default. button
Reset Local Adjustments Defringe (PV2012) Reset to default. button
Reset Local Toning Luminance (PV2010) Reset to default. button
Enable Radial Filter※ Enable or disable radial filter. button
Enable Graduated Filter※ Enable or disable graduated filter. button
Enable Brush Adjustments※ Enable or disable brush adjustments. button
Enable Red-Eye※ Enable or disable red eye correction. button
Enable Spot Removal※ Enable or disable spot removal. button
Reset Radial Filters Delete radial filter. button
Reset Graduated Filters Delete graduated filter. button
Reset Brush Corrections Delete brush adjustments. button
Reset Red-Eye Delete red eye correction. button
Reset Spot Removal Delete spot removal. button
Crop
Straighten Angle Rotate crop angle. Moves angle in crop tool panel from -45 to 45.
Crop Angle※ Use Straighten Angle (above) instead. This control remains listed as a legacy item. Rotate crop rectangle. This control is constrained to picture boundaries even when “constrain to image” is not selected. It also causes the aspect ratio of the crop to change.
Crop - Bottom※ Adjust bottom of crop rectangle.
Crop - Left※ Adjust left side of crop rectangle.
Crop - Right※ Adjust right side of crop rectangle.
Crop - Top※ Adjust top of crop rectangle.
Reset Crop Reset the crop angle and frame for the current photo. button
Reset Straighten Angle Reset crop angle. button
Show Crop Select Crop Overlay mode in Develop Module. Repeated press toggles Loupe View. button
Select Tools, Modules and Panels
Show Loupe Select Loupe View mode in Develop Module. Repeated press toggles in and out of Loupe View. button
Show Map Switch to Map module. button
Show Book Switch to Book module. button
Show Slideshow Switch to Slideshow module. button
Show Print Switch to Print module. button
Show Web Switch to Web module. button
Secondary Display
Secondary Display Loupe Shows Loupe view on the secondary screen, or hides the secondary screen if Loupe view was previously being shown. button
Secondary Display Live Loupe Shows Live Loupe view on the secondary screen, or hides the secondary screen if Live Loupe view was previously being shown. button
Secondary Display Locked Loupe Shows Locked Loupe view on the secondary screen, or hides the secondary screen if Locked Loupe view was previously being shown. button
Secondary Display Grid Shows Grid view on the secondary screen, or hides the secondary screen if Grid view was previously being shown. button
Secondary Display Compare Shows Compare view on the secondary screen, or hides the secondary screen if Compare view was previously being shown. button
Secondary Display Survey Shows Survey view on the secondary screen, or hides the secondary screen if Survey view was previously being shown. button
Secondary Display Slideshow Shows Slideshow view on the secondary screen, or hides the secondary screen if Slideshow view was previously being shown. button
Secondary Display Show Toggles the the secondary window on/off. button
Profiles
Profile: 1 Change to MIDI mapping profile 1. button
Profile: 2 Change to MIDI mapping profile 2. button
Profile: 3 Change to MIDI mapping profile 3. button
Profile: 4 Change to MIDI mapping profile 4. button
Profile: 5 Change to MIDI mapping profile 5. button
Profile: 6 Change to MIDI mapping profile 6. button
Profile: 7 Change to MIDI mapping profile 7. button
Profile: 8 Change to MIDI mapping profile 8. button
Profile: 9 Change to MIDI mapping profile 9. button
Profile: 10 Change to MIDI mapping profile 10. button
Manual Update Force an update of all develop settings in MIDI controller, even if MIDI2LR believes MIDI controller is up-to-date. Useful if controller out of sync with Lightroom (e.g., with layer changes). button