From the factory, there are a lot of user interface features inside of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic that serve no purpose in my daily photo editing workflow. This is a program full of extraneous buttons, and features, that I do not need to see all of the time cluttering up my screen.
Let’s face it. Lightroom Classic is a complex program. Every extraneous UI feature that you see, especially things that you are never going to use, just adds additional difficulty into the learning curve. Now we cannot remove everything that we do not use on a daily basis from the screen in Lightroom Classic but there are a lot of elements of the factory default user interface design that we can quickly hide away.
In this video tutorial, I will show you how to hide antiquated features like the Index Number, the Quick Collection Marker, unnecessary Publish Services, and the entire Web Module. Removing these features from your screen is not going to substantially change your experience learning Lightroom Classic but every little bit helps!