While tethering, Nikon cameras may not get detected. In this case, if you connect a camera with an SD card to the computer, the photos in it is not displayed in the Import window.
It happens on macOS Catalina 15.2. Ideally, when you install Lightroom Classic 9.1 and open it for the first time, you should be asked to grant permission for Lightroom Classic to access Photos. If you unintentionally deny access, you may face this issue.
To solve the issues:
- Go to System Preferences > Security & Privacy.
- In the Privacy tab, select Security.
- Ensure that Lightroom Classic has permission assigned to Photos, Full Disk Access, and Files and Folders.
- Restart Lightroom Classic.
Lightroom Classic 9.0 is released.
See the What’s New page for more information.
Lightroom Classic 8.2.1 is released today.
For more information, see the What’s New doc.
The Enhance Feature
Using this feature provides you an image with better resolution. Right-click the image and select “Enhance Details” in the context menu. This will create a new DNG file with “-enhanced” appended in the file name.
Better Tether support for Nikon cameras
In Lightroom Classic 8.0, the Tether experience of Canon cameras is greatly improved. In 8.2, you will find better experience for Nikon cameras in terms performance and reliability. You can also control camera shutter speed, aperture and ISO using the Tether bar. Other Tether plugins should work as they used to work in the earlier builds.
In 8.0, there was an option in Tether settings that allows to save an image optionally in a Canon camera: Save to Camera.
This option is removed in 8.2.
Lightroom Classic 8.0 is released today.
Here are are the major features:
- Lightroom Classic 8.0 provides a new Process Version (PV) 5.
PV 5 provides you with: Improved negative dehaze and Better image quality behavior for high ISO raw files.
- Single-step HDR panorama merge
You can now create an HDR panorama image using a series of bracketed shots.
The option is available with the existing Merge option.
- Depth Range Mask
Depth Range Mask is available for HEIC files captured using iPhone 7+ and 8+ and x.
You primarily need to have embedded depth range data in the image.
You can use the eye dropper tool to sample only a single point or an area. This in turn adjusts the values of the range slider.
- New Tether options for Canon cameras.
This option is faster and reliable than the older one.
In addition, you can change the camera settings such as shutter speed, aperture, and ISO.Please let us know your feedback.
Lightroom Classic 7.4 is released with the following new features:
- HEIC files are supported on Mac 10.13 and above
We are working on the support for other platforms. If you sync HEIC files to a catalog that runs on a non-supported platform, you won’t be able to work with the files. HEVC files (that has .mov extension) are not yet supported in Lightroom Classic. We are working on the support.
- Stack files after a merge operation
You can select to stack files after a merge operation (both panorama and HDR).
The stacked image would be displayed at the top of the stack.
In the previous versions, some of you had faced a problem that Folder Search becomes unresponsive for some time.
You were seeing the beach ball till the search becomes responsive. (Folder Search was introduced in Lightroom Classic 7.2.)
Please try the new Folder Search implementation. It is more responsive and faster.
- Folder coloring
You can col0r the folder to identify them for any specific activity.
- Manage Profiles and Presets
You can manage your profiles and presets by hiding profiles or preset groups that you don’t use.
Many of you suggested the same in the last release.
1. Right-click a Profile Group and select Manage Profiles.
2. Manage Profiles pop-up window displays all Profiles that are not marked as Favorite.
3. Select the Profiles you don’t want to see and select Save.
You can also select a Profiles Group, right-click and select Reset Hidden Profiles to display all the Profiles again.
Select the + symbol displayed on top-left corner of the Preset panel.
Select Manage Presets.
Manage Profiles pop-up window displays all Profiles that are not marked as Favorite.
Select the Profiles you don’t want to see and select Save.
Here is an update about Facebook plugin:
- Facebook plugin won’t work from August 1st, 2018 on wards.
Facebook stopped displaying images sent from application such as Lightroom Classic in the timeline.
To alert you all about this, you will see the following message while publishing or configuring the Facebook plugin.
Please update and let us know what you feel.
Today we have released the update based on the feedback we received for profiles introduced in 7.3.
Please see the complete list of bug fixes here.
Lightroom Classic 7.3 is released today. You will start getting the Update notification soon.
Here is a comprehensive list of major updates went in:
- New Profiles
Adobe Lightroom Classic allows you to choose a camera profile option. A camera profile determines the color treatment applied to a raw image after it’s imported into Lightroom. It ensures that all images taken with the same settings look similarly in Lightroom. The default profile used to be Adobe Standard. From Lightroom 7.3 on wards, Adobe Color is going to be the default camera profile.
Adobe Color profile is more contrasty and saturated compared with Adobe Standard.
You are provided with the following profiles as a drop-down list:
- Adobe Monochrome
- Adobe Neutral
- Adobe Vivid
- Adobe Portrait
- Adobe Landscape
These profiles have been moved to a much prominent place in the Basic panel of the Development module.
In addition, you are provided with a set of following Creative Profiles.
These profiles help you to apply a certain style to your photo effortlessly. Applying a creative profile will not update the changes you already applied to an image. In addition, it also provides with an amount slider to change the intensity of the applied profile. Select the Browse button, shown in the previous image, to see the creative profiles.
- Import grid performance
On Windows machines, when you connect to a mobile phone (Android / iPhone) and then open the Import window, the images should appear faster. Previously, Lightroom Classic used to display all the images at a time, after the image scanning is complete. In the latest version, 7.3, it displays images in batch wise.
- Face detection
The underlying face detection engine is changed resulting better face detection and face recognition. Now, you can regenerate faces using the Library > Find Faces Again option at any point in time.
- The Dehaze slider location
The Dehaze slider is moved to the Basic panel as per your request.
- Bigger tone curve
Updated the Facebook API that uses for authentication in Facebook plugin. As a part of this change, you won’t be able to add a comment to a photo from Lightroom Classic.
- In the Filename Template Editor, when you insert a token as shown below, it always used to go to the end of the tokens string. Lightroom Classic 7.3 fixes the issue.
- This version also fixes an issue on Mac that the Import window doesn’t appear after connecting an SD card while Lightroom is running.
Lightroom Classic 7.2 is released today. Let me introduce some of the changes went in:
- Performance Improvements
In the past, many users have reported that Lightroom becomes slower after a prolonged usage. This issue should have been fixed with this version. Also, resource-intensive activities, such as export, import, preview generation, and HD/panorama merge should be faster if your machine has 12 GM or more RAM.
We, specifically, have implemented changes related to Threading Building Blocks (TBB). This should be effective on machines with 12 GB or more RAM.
- Filter Folders
You can search for folders.
You can also mark some folders as favorite. And, easily filter them out.
Note that if you select multiple folders and mark them as favorite as a group, you need to unmark them favorite as a group itself. If you don’t remember the folders that you marked favorite as a group, see the same from filmstrip panel.
There are some known issues with this feature:
- When you clear the Search field after a search, Lightroom Classic re-calculates the image number; it takes some time to display the image numbers.
- At a time, the drives names disappear following a search for a short duration of time.
- Sort edited and unedited images
- Create collection or collection set quickly
You can create collection or collection set quickly from folders.
If the folder has sub folders, the Create Collection option appears in the context menu. The directory structure is retained while creating the collection set, with all parent directories are retained as collection set.