The filmstrip can pop up or disappear at the bottom of the application window, and you can view all the photos from your open order and click any one of them, and the screen will load that photo. Note that photos won’t be saved and closed by doing this. This is very useful for navigating through a set of images. If you see a small green triangle, it means that the image is building its preview. It will likely refresh when you click on it.
This status bar allows you to quickly switch between several images that are opened at once (only available in the Lightroom Classic plugin and application). The dropdown allows you to select from all open images, and the left & right arrow buttons allow you to proceed quickly to the next photo.
You can also sync your edits
- Sync all will apply the current settings to all open photos.
- Sync forward will apply the current settings to all photos after the current one.
When editing, you will see the unprocessed image first. The green triangle in the corner means that the image is still being analyzed and optimized. Once it’s done… the thumbnail and the canvas will update.
You can now mouse over items in the filmstrip. The Ⅹ icon closes the file without changing. The ⬇ arrow icon saves the selected file. This should make it easier to load up a bunch of photos to work with and save as you go.