I’m pleased to announce new features and updates including Custom Raw Defaults, Versions, Local Hue Editing, Watermarks, Shared Album Notifications, and new ways to connect, learn, and be inspired using Discovery Posts, in Lightroom v3.3.
In this video I use Lightroom on my mobile device to demonstrate how to make quick edits to close the gap between the image that I saw in my minds eye and what my camera captured.
Josh Bury, Sr. Computer Scientist on the Adobe Camera Raw team, wrote an excellent article calling out best practices for shooting and stitching multiple images together using the Merge to Panorama command (found in Lightroom Classic, ACR, and Lightroom on the desktop). He has great suggestions both for capture and post processing so be sure to check it out here: From the ACR Team: Merge to Panorama.
I’m excited to announce several updates and enhancements to Lightroom for Mac and Windows including improvements to Import, Export, PhotoMerge, and Shared Albums as well as improvements made to Learn and Discover content on iOS and Android, direct import of presets and profiles on Android, and support for Split Screen on iPadOS.
In this release of Lightroom, Adobe added the ability to collaborate by enabling you to share an album and invite others to contribute their photos via Lightroom on desktop and mobile (including the free version) making it much more convenient for contributors to add their photos to your collection.
I’m excited to announce Lightroom (v3.0) with Fill Edges for Panorama Merge, in-app learning and inspirational content, Connectors, Search Suggestions, enhancements to Custom Sort Order, advanced Export and more powerful GPU processing.
Todays update to Lightroom (desktop) includes new ways to edit using the Texture slider and Defringe options as well as new ways to collaborate using Group Albums.
This release of Lightroom CC features several new features and product enhancements including the additional of Photo Merge, the Targeted Adjustment Tool, Clipping Indicators, and Enhanced Details!
Most Creative profiles in Lightroom and Camera Raw have an Amount slider which can be used to vary the strength of the profile. (I say “most” because the creator of the profile has the option to disable the effect of the Amount slider). Note: the Raw profiles that Adobe ships do not have an Amount slider.
I’m excited to announce several updates across the Lightroom CC ecosystem including People View, improved Search, and refined Sharing controls.
While Lightroom Classic will not have the ability to automatically sync presets and profiles with Lightroom CC Mobile, it is possible to sync presets and profiles between Lightroom Classic and Lightroom Mobile using the Lightroom CC desktop application. To do this: