Lightroom ecosystem updates focus on precision and community


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This morning, Adobe announced the latest updates to Lightroom and Lightroom Classic, as a part of its annual Adobe MAX Conference — which is being held virtually this year. A new Advanced Color Grading tool takes center stage, along with a few other workflow and community updates across apps. See the updates for: Lightroom | Lightroom Classic Advanced […]

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Lightroom ecosystem updates focus on precision and community


This post is by Bryan Esler from Photofocus


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This morning, Adobe announced the latest updates to Lightroom and Lightroom Classic, as a part of its annual Adobe MAX Conference — which is being held virtually this year. A new Advanced Color Grading tool takes center stage, along with a few other workflow and community updates across apps. See the updates for: Lightroom | Lightroom Classic Advanced […]

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Lightroom Classic 10.0 Features Performance Improvements, Color Grading and More


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Though news started rolling out yesterday, today Adobe has officially released Lightroom Classic 10.0 which brings new controlled adjustments for shadows, midtones, and highlights in the Color Grading tool, faster editing with improved performance enhancements, real-time tethering support for Canon, and more.

Including those above updates, there are several enhancements coming to the platform today.

Color Grading

In a sneak peek at the end of September, Adobe featured a new feature coming to Lightroom called Color Grading. In today’s update, that feature is live. Lightroom Classic now offers a robust color grading tool that is akin to the

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Lightroom Classic 10.0 released, features new color grading wheels and enhanced speed


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Last month, Adobe shared a sneak peek of the new color grading wheels that were about to come to Lightroom and Camera Raw. The feature is coming to Lightroom Classic version 10.0, which is to go live today. But other than the video-style color grading, there are a few more improvements, so let’s see what’s […]

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Adobe Announces a New Version of Lightroom, Sort Of


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Adobe Announces a New Version of Lightroom, Sort Of

Adobe has announced — and then unannounced — a range of updates to Lightroom, bringing a new color wheel, improved tethering, better zoom, and general overall performance improvements. Will you appreciate the difference?

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Released: Adobe October 2020/Lightroom Classic 10


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Adobe October 2020/Lightroom Classic 10 were released today:

The latest Adobe CC subscription plan rates can be found here (see also this page). A free Lightroom CC trial is available on this page (no credit card required). More information on the different Lightroom versions is available here and here. The different Adobe Creative Cloud options are described here.

For Adobe alternatives, check the latest products from Topaz Labs,

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Monday News (mostly about “Big New Stuff” Tuesday)


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We Could Possibly See Some New Photoshop & Lightroom Features Released Tomorrow

Hey, it’s possible, because tomorrow morning is the opening keynote for Adobe’s MAX conference, and historically they’ve announced new Lightroom and Photoshop updates during the keynote. So, since this is historically the case, Rob Sylvan will be doing a post on any new Lightroom features over on my other blog — LightroomKillerTips.com tomorrow just in case they do release any new Lightroom features (hey, it could happen, right?)

Catch My “Maybe There Will Be New Lightroom & Photoshop Features” Webcast tomorrow

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How to Save Time in Lightroom by Copying Develop Settings


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How to Save Time in Lightroom by Copying Develop Settings

One of the most powerful features Lightroom has is the ability to copy pretty much any post-processing setting from one photo to another, making it easy to save a lot of time when you are working with large batches of similar photos. This great video tutorial will show you four different ways to copy your settings between images when you are working in Lightroom.

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How to Save Time in Lightroom by Copying Develop Settings


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How to Save Time in Lightroom by Copying Develop Settings

One of the most powerful features Lightroom has is the ability to copy pretty much any post-processing setting from one photo to another, making it easy to save a lot of time when you are working with large batches of similar photos. This great video tutorial will show you four different ways to copy your settings between images when you are working in Lightroom.

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5 Helpful Tips for Faster Editing in Lightroom


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5 Helpful Tips for Faster Editing in Lightroom

A lot of us spend a pretty large chunk of time working in Lightroom, and any tricks or techniques for working more efficiently can really add up in the long run. This helpful video will show you five great tips for working more quickly and efficiently in Lightroom.

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How Can You Create a Warm and Cinematic Look in Lightroom?


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How Can You Create a Warm and Cinematic Look in Lightroom?

Have you ever wondered how portrait and family photographers get those wonderfully rich cinematic tones in Lightroom? Check out this video for a few simple but effective methods.

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How Can You Create a Warm and Cinematic Look in Lightroom?


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How Can You Create a Warm and Cinematic Look in Lightroom?

Have you ever wondered how portrait and family photographers get those wonderfully rich cinematic tones in Lightroom? Check out this video for a few simple but effective methods.

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The trick to getting great phone photos at night with Lightroom Mobile


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Don’t have your camera handy when you’re out at night? Fear not — the Lightroom app for smartphones can give you a great, sharp photo with some pro-like tools. In this video, Serge Ramelli shows you how to work with the Lightroom app, including the Pro tools like adjusting ISO, shooting in RAW, adjusting shutter […]

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Take Control With This Lightroom Classic Startup Setting


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Take Control With This Lightroom Classic Startup Setting

Many Lightroom Classic users have one catalog, and that’s perfectly fine. However, others have several catalogs or even a different catalog for each shoot they do. Regardless of which you are, this tip may save you some time and make your Lightroom time more productive.

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Lightroom Is About to Get a Brand New Feature: Color Wheels for Advanced Color Grading


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Lightroom Is About to Get a Brand New Feature: Color Wheels for Advanced Color Grading

Adobe has announced that it will soon be rolling out a new feature for Lightroom and Camera Raw: advanced color grading.

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Lightroom Is About to Get a Brand New Feature: Color Wheels for Advanced Color Grading


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Lightroom Is About to Get a Brand New Feature: Color Wheels for Advanced Color Grading

Adobe has announced that it will soon be rolling out a new feature for Lightroom and Camera Raw: advanced color grading.

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6 Lightroom Retouches You Need to Learn Right Now


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6 Lightroom Retouches You Need to Learn Right Now

Learn how to make cleaner, more powerful shots by following the dos and don’ts of this simple, six step formula for retouching success.

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Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw are getting video-style wheels for advanced colour grading


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Adobe has just released a sneak peek of a new Color Grading tool coming to Lightroom, Lightroom Classic and Adobe Camera Raw. It’s an upgraded version of the familiar split-toning that’s been around since forever. Split toning allowed you to tone your highlights and shadows separately to create a more stylised look. All three applications […]

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Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw are getting video-style wheels for advanced colour grading


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Adobe has just released a sneak peek of a new Color Grading tool coming to Lightroom, Lightroom Classic and Adobe Camera Raw. It’s an upgraded version of the familiar split-toning that’s been around since forever. Split toning allowed you to tone your highlights and shadows separately to create a more stylised look. All three applications […]

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Sneak Peek: Lightroom is Getting Advanced Color Grading


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Adobe revealed today that it’s bringing a powerful new Advanced Color Grading feature to Lightroom Classic, Lightroom, and Adobe Camera Raw. This 2-minute video offers a sneak peek at how the panel works.

The new panel draws inspiration from the Lumetri Color panel found inside Adobe’s Premiere Pro video editing software, and it’s an upgraded version of the tool/panel formerly known as Split Toning.

While Split Toning allowed you to stylize photos by specifying the color tint of the shadows and highlights, Color Grading takes it to the next level by giving you control over the tint of midtones as

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