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Lightroom Update brings new “Texture” slider, in-app education and batch processing for Android

Every few years, Adobe adds something new and interesting to their raw file engine. We saw it when they added the Clarity slider, when we lost “Fill Light” and “Recovery” in favour of shadows, highlights and white levels. And we saw it fairly recently when they introduced Dehaze. Now, they’ve added a new “Texture” slider, […] The post Lightroom Update brings new “Texture” slider, in-app education and batch processing for Android appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Adobe, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Lightroom Classic

May 2019 Update for Lightroom Classic, Lightroom, and Adobe Camera Raw

Today, Adobe has released an update for the Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw family of applications. Before getting into the new features that have been added, it is important to note that Adobe has dropped the “CC” from the names of Lightroom Classic CC and Lightroom CC. This is because all versions of Lightroom are now only available via a Creative Cloud subscription, so there is no need to differentiate the CC version from the perpetual license version. One could make the case that having the “...
Tags: Updates, Photography, Featured, Adobe, Mac, New Features, Canon, Lightroom, Sdk, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Adobe Camera Raw, Lightroom Desktop, Lightroom Updates, Lightroom Classic, Canon EOS R

All Synced Photographs

This special collection located in the Catalog panel of Lightroom Classic is very useful for helping us view and manage the photos synced with the cloud-based Lightroom ecosystem, but it can also be an opportunity for self-inflicted injury. Every photo that is synced with the cloud-based Lightroom, whether the photo originated in Lightroom Classic via a synced collection or originated in one of the cloud-based Lightroom apps, will show up in All Synced Photographs. Note, if you impo...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Lightroom, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Don, Lightroom Classic

Tips for Syncing Lightroom Classic with Lightroom for Mobile

There are a few important, but really easy to miss settings in both Lightroom Classic and Lightroom for mobile that make using them together much more successful. Let’s take a look. Auto Import The first setting I use is located within the Lightroom for mobile app. I’m using it on an iPhone, but this works on both mobile platforms. Within the Lightroom for mobile app I designated one album (collection on Lightroom Classic) to be my “camera roll” that collects all of the photos I take wi...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Sync, Lightroom, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Lightroom Classic

Lightroom Mobile Presets – Where To Find Presets for Lightroom Mobile

I noticed a question in a Facebook Group asking where to find the best Lightroom Mobile Presets. The question caught me off guard because I assumed everyone already knew that you don’t need mobile presets for Lightroom. I figured everyone already knew that any Lightroom presets can be mobile presets through syncing from your computer to mobile. Turns out I assumed wrong, and you know what happens when you assume. All kidding aside, in this video, I share my answer to that question. Download m...
Tags: Photography, Photographers, Lightroom, Lightroom Mobile, Facebook Group, Scott Wyden Kivowitz, Temi

How to Use Lightroom CC On Mobile

Friday is here — let’s start it off right with a video from our friend and Adobe Worldwide Evangelist, Terry White, and in this video Terry shows you how to use Lightroom CC on your mobile device to edit anywhere. This is really good stuff, and Terry cuts to the chase in this video (it’s only 20-minutes, and you’re up and running on mobile). He answers lots of important questions, and as always Terry is so fun and informative. Yesterday we kicked off our annual 12-Days of Christmas freebies!...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Terry, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Terry White

3 Tips To Releasing The Power Of Your Camera Phone

Smartphone photography. A term that inspires derision by some yet has become a mainstream aspect of modern photography. Every year the likes of Apple, Samsung, Google, Huawei, and others release new phones. Every year, improvements to their cameras are touted as major selling points.   They would be right, the ubiquitous smartphone has become a powerful tool in photography, a multi-megapixel camera squeezed into our back pockets. However, like photography with DSLRs or Mirrorless cameras, you n...
Tags: Photography, Dslr, Lightroom Mobile, Kaique Rocha, Cool Photos & Photographers, Power Of Your Camera Phone, Apple Samsung Google Huawei, Zhang Kaiyv, Burak K, Burak K There

Here Is An Easy Workflow To Get Your Best Images From Lightroom Up On Instagram

Here’s a shocker. You know those amazing landscapes, portraits, and others that top up on your Instagram timeline? Many of them were not shot on smartphones. In fact, the closest many of them got to a smartphone is when they were uploaded to Instagram.   Why should you post images from your main cameras to an app designed for mobile photography? Firstly because most photographers do. Instagram has become a recognized way for photographers to market their images and abilities. It's a platform wh...
Tags: Apple, Photography, Instagram, Samsung, Nikon, Dslr, Canon, Lightroom, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Cool Photos & Photographers, Save to Camera Roll, Lightroom Mobile Open Lightroom Mobile

Issue 44 of Lightroom Magazine Is Now Available

 is now available for KelbyOne Pro members on the KelbyOne site and on the KelbyOne Mags app for iOS and Android. In this issue, learn how white balance can be used to correct the color in your images or to creatively control the mood, use the power of Lightroom Classic to bring your sunset images to life, see how you can use Lightroom CC for Web to access and edit your images from any computer, dive into the Depth Map Technology Preview in Lightroom CC for mobile, and so much more! KelbyOne ...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Rick Sammon, Scott Kelby, KelbyOne, Lightroom Classic, Lightroom Magazine

Managing Adobe Cloud Storage Space for Classic Users

If you are like me, you are using the Lightroom CC app on your mobile device(s) in partnership with your Lightroom Classic catalog. I’ve been using these two apps this way since Lightroom Mobile (now called Lightroom CC for mobile) first came out and it works great as a vehicle for transferring photos captured with the mobile device to your computer, and as a way to make photos in your Classic catalog available for viewing/editing/sharing on your mobile device. That said, since Lightroom Mobile ...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Cloud Storage, Dslr, Creative Cloud, Lightroom, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Don, Creative Cloud Photography, Lightroom Classic, Lightroom Sync, Lightroom CC Press

How To Import Lightroom Presets Into Lightroom Mobile

Many of you have been asking us how to import presets into Lightroom mobile and one of the awesome things about the recent Lightroom update is that you can now do this. You can do this by syncing Lightroom presets into Lightroom mobile using the Lightroom CC Desktop Application. You need to have a creative cloud subscription in order to be able to sync your presets and this only works if you have Lightroom CC on your desktop. You need to be signed in with your creative cloud account on both your...
Tags: Photography, Mac, Lightroom, Post Production, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Lightroom Mobile App, Josh Dunlop, Import Lightroom Presets Into Lightroom Mobile, Lightroom CC Desktop Application, Lightroom CC for Desktop, Lightroom App, Lightroom CC Desktop App, Manage Presets, Lightroom CC Desktop

Technology Previews Come to Lightroom CC on Mobile

We’ve had the option to enable what Adobe calls, Technology Previews (aka beta testing new features), in Lightroom CC on the web for a while now, but with the June 2018 update for the Lightroom family of apps, tech previews were extended to Lightroom CC on iOS and Android. Enable  Tech Previews You can enable Technology Previews from the app Settings menu on Android. On iOS, tap the Lr icon, tap Technology Previews down near the bottom to see what is available. Guided Tutorials (iOS and Andr...
Tags: Ios, Android, Photography, Featured, New Features, Hdr, Lightroom, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Lightroom Updates, Technology Preview, Auto Pro

Lightroom Mobile Presets – Syncing Presets to Lightroom Mobile

Lightroom Mobile Presets are here! Sync your Lightroom presets from desktop to mobile with ease. Adobe has made it possible for Lightroom presets to sync between Lightroom CC and Lightroom Mobile. No longer does Adobe make it necessary to hack your way around building Lightroom Mobile presets. Simply use the latest Lightroom CC on your computer and mobile device, and turn on Mobile syncing. Subscribe
Tags: Photography, Adobe, Photographers, Lightroom, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile

Lightroom CC gets synced presets on mobile and batch editing on desktop

Two much-requested features have found their way into Adobe's latest Lightroom CC update. Presets will now sync across desktop and mobile, while batch editing finally makes it way to the program -- albeit, on desktop only. The post Lightroom CC gets synced presets on mobile and batch editing on desktop appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Photography, News, Trends, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Adobe XD, Adobe Lightroom CC, Adobe Spark

From Lightroom Mobile to Instagram – The Best Way To Do It (well, the right way anyway)

If you do this wrong, you won’t be happy with the results (but luckily the fix is actually incredibly easy, even though it’s not obvious). But first: It’s only 20 days to the Photoshop World Conference 2018 (Orlando, FL – May 31st – June 2nd). It’s not too late – details and tickets at – three solid days of Lightroom classes (and lots of Photoshop, lighting, photography, and more).  OK, back to our tutorial. Here’s what to do (and what NOT to do): STEP ONE: In Lightroom o...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Instagram, Sharing, Lightroom, Orlando, Lightroom Mobile, Kalebra

Tasks You Can Do in Lightroom CC Mobile During Import

If you’ve never looked around in the preferences on Lightroom CC for mobile, you may have missed some import options you can enable to happen automatically. I’m not always a fan of automated tasks because I usually prefer to be in the driver’s seat for important decisions, but there are a couple of things here I do recommend using. To get there, tap the Lr icon on iOS (hamburger menu on Android) in the upper-left and go to General (Preferences on Android) to access the import options. The two ...
Tags: Mobile, Photography, Featured, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Import, Lr CC

Fun Fact: Lightroom Mobile is Free for Everybody!

That’s right — anybody can use Lightroom Mobile (note: it’s no longer called Lightroom Mobile – this mobile app is now called ‘Lightroom CC’). So, your friends, family members, mild acquaintances, pets — they can all simply download Lightroom CC from Apple’s App Store, or Google Play, and they can start using the power of Lightroom today for editing their own mobile images. Q. So, what’s missing from this “Free” version of Lightroom for their mobile device? A. Just one thing. Syncing. Since...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Google Play, Mobile, Photography, Texas, Featured, Free, Atlanta, Houston, San Antonio, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Milwaukee Wisconsin

Thinking of Finally Learning Lightroom Mobile? Here’s My Best Tip…

OK, well now technically it’s called “Lightroom CC” in the App Store, so if you go searching for Lightroom Mobile there (it’s still free by the way), it’ll bring up Lightroom CC instead — they’re they same thing. Adobe just changed the name for confusion purposes. Anyway, if you’re thinking of taking the leap and learning the mobile version of Lightroom, here’s the best tip I could give a new user: Turn your phone or tablet sideways. Why? Because then it looks and works a lot like the Lightroom ...
Tags: Ios, Photography, Featured, Houston, San Antonio, Lightroom, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, White Balance

Adobe brings a major features to Lightroom CC including tone curve and split toning

While some are still getting over the shock of Lightroom’s CC makeover, others are happily plodding along with the renamed Lightroom Classic. Some users have put off making the switch to new CC due to their familiarity with Classic, although some feel it simply lacks important features available with its older sibling. Some of those […] The post Adobe brings a major features to Lightroom CC including tone curve and split toning appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Adobe, Lightroom, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Lightroom Classic

Why You Shouldn’t Add Keywords in Lightroom CC for Mobile

It’s definitely a “gotcha” for Lightroom Classic users like me. Remember when Adobe added the ability to add Keywords in Lightroom Mobile (now renamed “Lightroom CC”)? It was something longtime Lightroom mobile users had been begging for. The only problem is — if you’re a Lightroom Classic user, those keywords you add in mobile, don’t come back to Classic. In short –  it doesn’t work for us. Above: Here’s an image from London that is in a Collection in Lightroom Classic on my desktop, and I’ve ...
Tags: Photography, London, Featured, Adobe, Lightroom, St Pauls, Keywords, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Serge Ramelli, Lightroom Classic

I’m not good at street photography – I’m just not scared

Today I used Lightroom Mobile to capture images on the street for the first time. I recently remembered that you can sync images from Lightroom Mobile right to the Lightroom desktop application. This was huge for me as I’m tired of syncing via Airdrop… It legit takes forever to select which images you want to […] The post I’m not good at street photography – I’m just not scared appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Lightroom Mobile

Around the Web on a Friday

Dawoud Bey: "It never occurred to me that this mysterious phone number that kept popping up on my phone was the Foundation." • Congratulations to photographer Dawoud Bey, who has just been awarded a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, AKA the "genius grant." Dawoud is what some of us might call a "real" photographer rather than an art-world hothouse flower, which is encouraging to others who are "just" photographers. Do note two important things, however—he is tremendously articulate and able to...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, Abc, NYC, Nazis, New York City, America, San Francisco, West Virginia, Chicago, Tom Hanks, United States, Korea, Sony, Fujifilm, Audrey Hepburn

Video Support in Lightroom Mobile and Web

As of Lightroom Mobile for iOS version 1.5.1, we gained official support for importing videos into LrM. To my knowledge, and the best of my sleuthing ability, there is not yet support for this in LrM for Android (I welcome any correction/clarification on that, please don’t shoot messenger). How it Works If there is video on your device’s Camera Roll, you can import that video file into LrM, and that video file will be uploaded to Lightroom Web ( and downloaded to your deskt...
Tags: Apple, Photography, Video, Featured, Lightroom, Lightroom Mobile, Apple TV Apple, Camera Roll

Lightroom Mobile on a 12.9″ iPad Pro Is Faster than Lightroom CC

This video by Tony Northrup about Lightroom Mobile running on a 12.9″ iPad Pro is worth 10 minutes of your time. I have the older 12.9″ iPad Pro (not the 2017 model) and the speed of Lightroom Mobile on it is truly amazing! I’m working at getting adept at using Lightroom Mobile and the pen. […]
Tags: Photography, Lightroom, Photo Editing, Lightroom Mobile, Tony Northrup

Copyright Status Tip

One of the first steps we take in protecting the copyright of our photographs is applying a metadata template containing our copyright and other information during import. However, sometimes applying that template can be forgotten or overlooked. In addition, photos that are automatically synced from a mobile device to a desktop catalog via Lightroom Mobile just don’t have all the information we might want to include (currently, you can only populate the Copyright field).     However, it’s supe...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Library, Copyright, Lightroom, Metadata, Lightroom Mobile, Smart Collection

Has Adobe Forgotten About Lightroom CC?

Ever since Adobe announced a major update to Lightroom Mobile earlier this week (which has been met with much love), I have seen comments to the effect of “This Lightroom Mobile update looks really good, but has Adobe forgotten about Lightroom CC for the Desktop?” and even worse “Has Adobe stopped developing Lightroom for the desktop?” It has been a while since the last major update for Lightroom CC, and understandably people are starting to ask questions like these. We’re all gettin’ a little ...
Tags: Updates, Photography, Featured, News, Adobe, Minneapolis, Nashville, New Features, Gpu, Richmond, Lightroom, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Tom, Scott, Tom Hogarty

Lightroom Mobile update brings your favorite desktop tools to iOS

The Lightroom app is now looking more like the desktop version. The latest Lightroom Mobile update brings selective brushes to iOS while the Android app has been redesigned from the ground up. The post Lightroom Mobile update brings your favorite desktop tools to iOS appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Photography, Trends, Lightroom Mobile, Adobe Lightroom, App Update, Selective Brush

Friday Open Mike: iPhoneitis

First of all, new camera! Er, well, sorta. I might have mentioned last September or so that come March, I'd be eligible for a phone upgrade. I was perfectly happy with my old phone—loved it, in fact—but I got a new iPhone 7 Plus so I could try out the camera. It's got a significantly serious processor, the quad-core A10 Fusion image signal processor (ISP), said to be capable of 100 billion operations used to process the images quickly and in all kinds of ways, and capable of some serious speed....
Tags: Photography, Geneva, Konica, Photo Equipment, Lightroom Mobile, Open Mike, Michael Johnston, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Kenneth Tanaka, Roy Feldman, Leica Tri Elmar, Tim McGowan

Lightroom Mobile’s Awesome New In-Camera HDR

I love what Adobe has been doing with Lightroom Mobile, and the direction it’s been going, and their latest edition (in an pdate released late last week for iPhones and Android phones that can capture RAW images) adds an HDR shooting mode to their already robust in-app camera (you access the HDR feature from the pop-up menu in the app, as seen above). BTW: Professional mode allows you to control Aperture, ISO, and shutter speed among others. Anyway, I did a field test shooing with the HDR at Di...
Tags: Photography, Camera, New Features, Walt Disney World, Hdr, Lightroom, Lightroom Mobile, Lr Mobile, Orlando Florida, Disney Springs, Benjamin Warde

Daily Wrap: How to Free Lens, Old Mac Pros for Photography and Backlighting!

Another interesting day of photography with articles on free lensing, the old Mac Pro for photography, backlighting wide angle environmental portraits and some lenses for micro four thirds cameras. So grab a coffee and get comfortable! var lc_id=3910-0; Introduction to Free Lensing As photographers, we sometimes get into the mindset that every detail must be perfect. Sometimes, this is good! Achieving perfect focus should always be a goal. But one of the ...
Tags: Apple, Photography, News, Olympus, Panasonic, Dslr, Lightroom Mobile, Mac Pro, Peter Hurley, Michael Kenna, Steve Huff, George Pitts, Free Lens Old Mac Pros for Photography, Society of Magazine Photographers

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