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 it even closer at 100% of the image’s resolution. You can return to the grid view by pressing “G” or by double clicking on the image.
The Task Bar:
The top panel, the Task Panel is used to select the module you are working on. Lightroom has seven modules that can be selected in this area of the workspace. They are Library, Develop, Map, Book, Slideshow, Print and Web.
Navigation & Templates, Details and Filmstrip: It is important to note that the left and right panels change their contents as you change modules to present the tools you can use; therefore, we will be discussing them as we work through the modules instead of describing them all now. The Film Strip is described too.
The Library Module:
The first one we will be working with is the Library Module. This is the module that helps us import, export and organize our photo library efficiently. On the left-hand panel, you will see that there are several selections that you can make. They include the Navigator, the Catalog, Folders, Collections and Publish Services. You will also note that this panel, when it is being used in the Library Module, includes both Import and Export features at the bottom of the panel. We will go into explanations of what those functions do now. Let’s look at the Navigator tools first.
The Navigator: The Navigator tool provides an image of the photograph you are working on at any one time. It is available both in the Library Module and the Develop Module in Lightroom. To the right of the word Navigator are several menu selections, Fit, Fill, 1:1 and one where you can select the amount of zoom you
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