Check Out The NEW Adobe Lightroom CC Update [Photo Redux 006]

Check Out The NEW Adobe Lightroom CC Update [Photo Redux 006]

By |2019-01-12T19:33:49+00:00Dec 12th, 2017|

One of my favorite parts of this Photo Redux series is trying out new tools as I re-edit some of my oldest photos. With almost every episode thus far, I’ve used Adobe Lightroom Classic CC because of a very important reason. Namely, its newer and sleeker sibling was missing some important features that are frequently used as part of my editing workflow. Specifically, the lack of a tone curve and split toning was what kept me shackled, as it were, to Lightroom Classic CC. However, that has all changed. With Adobe’s latest update to Lightroom CC, they’ve brought both features in and edits made with them sync back to the Adobe Creative Cloud—and down to all of your other devices—quickly and seamlessly. I’ve been working with a private beta of Lightroom CC for a few weeks and seriously love the implementation here. That’s why I am using it to edit this episode’s photo. Now, there is still room to grow for Lightroom CC. It’s still missing HDR and Pano stitching along with camera calibration adjustments. But, I have it in good faith that we’ll be seeing all of that soon, too.

If you aren’t already a subscriber to Adobe Creative Cloud, I highly recommend giving it a shot.

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  1. gerd janich December 24, 2017 at 2:47 pm - Reply

    My first digital camera was Kodak from 1998. .3 mgp. Been redoing some of those. Interesting stuff. Good tips.

  2. Jay December 28, 2017 at 5:26 am - Reply

    I’m sticking with Lr Classic as I DON’T have or use a phone so will no longer be following you. Prefer the original image to your recent redux. Wishing you all the best in 2018.

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