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I am creating a slideshow using lightroom classic.  I would like to change the timing on individual photos, can this be done and if so how?

I would also like to change the background colour on some images. Can this be done and if so how?

Thank you for any replies. David.

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Lightroom slideshow

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I am creating a slideshow using lightroom classic.  I would like to change the timing on individual photos, can this be done and if so how?

I would also like to change the background colour on some images. Can this be done and if so how?

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You can't change the timing on photos, and background colour is also not specific to individual photos.

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Thank you John for your prompt reply.

I have one other query that you may be able to help on. The back ground
colour I am using goes from solid on right to pale on the left. Can this
be changed to solid colour from right to left?

Regards.

David.



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Yes, in the Backdrop panel there's Color Wash which has a little Angle button. So you set the Background Color, and the Color Wash colour is the other end of the gradient, while Angle controls the direction.

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Hi John,

Just received your reply to my second question.

Thank you very much all your instructions have solved my problems.

Regards.

David.



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