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A common problem you will face with any software program as robust and versatile as Adobe Lightroom is the fact that is offers lots and lots of options. Just because a software offers these options doesn’t always mean you need to use them or in this case if we take that one step further, we don’t even need to look at these added features. Adobe Lightroom works out of separate modules depending on what task you are working in. For example, if you are looking to organize your photos you most likely will be in the Library module taking care of that. Or if you are needing, wanting to make your images fabulous than you will most likely spend time in the Develop module.
The question is do you really need to have access to the Web or Slideshow or Map modules? If the answer is yes, than by all means have it. However, if you are not using those modules, PhotoNERDs suggests that you hide these modules and in this short #FridayQuickies video we are going to show you exactly how to do that.