- Feb 24, 2006
Lightroom’s overall interface is incredibly slick and easy to use. The application is actually composed of only a single window. I really love this aspect of the program! The single window is divided into separate panes, and these panes (and the controls in them) change depending on which module you’re in. You’ll always see the filmstrip view at the bottom of every module. This means that you can select a different photo to work with even if you’re not in the Library module. Essentially, Adobe has made the interface easy to navigate and as clutter-free as possible. No more windows and palettes floating all over the place. You have a simple set of controls and simple views of your photos that allow you to see and edit quickly.