Adobe Lightroom is a barest popular tool for photographers and rightly so; it's really useful and can speed workflow up immensely. However, there are tools tool is any physical item that can be used to achieve a goal, especially if the item is not consumed in the process and features of this photo governance and editing tool that you may still not have discovered (even those who have used the software for years) and that's where this truly great tutorial from Jamie Windsor becomes incredibly useful.
You may recognise his name as we shared an interesting analysis Jamie put together on 'why bad photographers think they're good' and after sharing the video, we had a nosey through his YouTube guide and found this gem.
Jamie actually put the tutorial together last year but it's still relevant and covers the following topics:
If you regularly use Lightroom, you may want to take a look at the Loupedeck Console which can be used to edit images in Lightroom with buttons and dials.