Using Shortcuts to Find Your Photos
One of the easiest ways to find your images is with shortcuts at the top of the Catalog panel. Luminar Neo makes it easy to locate your photos based on standard and powerful criteria.
Selecting the All Photos shortcut loads all photos in your current catalog. If you click on the small disclosure Triangle, you can browse your Library by Year, Month, or Day. Photos are automatically sorted based on their file creation or capture date.
Single Image Edits
If you have chosen to use the Edit Single Image command, the Single Image Edits shortcut will appear in the list. Selecting this will show all of the images you have temporarily added to your library to process.
If you have Flagged any images as Favorites, the Favorites shortcut will appear. This is the quickest way to find all of your favorite images. Combining this option with a selection from the Viewing Filter allows you to filter your favorite images by additional criteria. Click the dropdown list next to the words Showing: All Photos in Gallery View to get started.
Recently added photos appear under the Recently Added shortcut. If you click on the small disclosure triangle you can browse these images by the specific day they were added to your library.
If you want to review images that you have edited quickly, select the Recently Edited shortcut. All of your edited images will appear. If you click on the small disclosure triangle, you can refine what Luminar Neo shows you by Today, Yesterday, This Week, or This Month.
If you have images Luminar Neo has lost track of, they’ll appear in the Lost Edits section. If there are no issues, this section is hidden.
You can review images you’ve queued for deletion in the Trash shortcut. The images can either be deleted from Luminar Neo and moved to the system trash for cleanup or returned to the Luminar Neo catalog.
Right-click on a folder or album to choose Add to Shortcuts for quick access. If you ever change your mind, just right-click on the shortcut and choose Remove from Shortcuts. You can also drag shortcuts in the list into a new order.