Whether I’m teaching someone Lightroom or only showing a friend my photos in Lightroom for the first time, the one thing they usually comment about right away is my use of Lightroom’s Secondary Display feature. It’s a great feature that really makes me more productive.
Most tutorial videos that teach how to use Lightroom use screen capture to show the Lightroom interface, and therefore don’t show the use of a secondary monitor. Unless you happen to be poking around the Lightroom menus, you might not even know this feature exists.
Having been a multiple-monitor fanatic for the last 20 years, I always find ways to be more productive using more screen real estate. My current main computer configuration is a 40-inch 4K monitor (3,840×2,160) as my primary monitor and two 30-inch…
This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by Mike Dixon
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