Posts tagged with Lightroom Classic

Collaborative Proofing – “Lightroom CC” thinking for a Lightroom Classic task?

A new feature has just gone live in Lightroom Web. Called Collaborative Proofing, and available as a Technology Preview, it is designed to share sets of photos with clients, allowing them to select the items they want.

Lightroom 8.1

Lightroom 8.1 is out. Some people may like to reorder the panels in Develop’s right hand side, though I really can’t see the point. Also, you can ensure that photos added by Auto Import are added to a collection. But for me the best new detail is that photos can now snap to a grid […]

Lightroom Web sharing grows up

I’ve always liked Lightroom Web, the browser-based way to access photos synced to Lightroom Mobile. One thing I use it for is to tweak adjustments or add captions to photos when I’m on my laptop. Nothing sophisticated, it’s all about the convenience of making quick changes wherever I happen to be, just like with LrM […]

Lightroom 7.2

Lightroom Classic 7.2 focusses on more performance tuning. I see a 68% improvement generating 1:1 Previews, 58% improvement generating Standard Previews, and 28% improvement in Export speed.

Lightroom 7.1

Lightroom 7.1 came out overnight with updates to all Lightroom apps. The new feature is a completely-rewritten Auto button – the results are so good that you should try it.

Embedded & Sidecar

Lightroom’s 7th incarnation – the so-called Lightroom Classic – introduces a new Embedded & Sidecar workflow which is designed to let you review, compare, and cull reject photos much faster than before.