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Adobe Debuts New ‘Photoshop Lightroom CC’ For Photographers & Retouchers

By Mikelle Leow, 19 Oct 2017


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Adobe introduced Photoshop Lightroom CC—an all-new cloud-based service—at Adobe MAX: The Creativity Conference on Wednesday.

Designed with photography and retouching enthusiasts in mind, the application lets creatives edit, organize, store, and share photos across three types of platforms: desktop, mobile, and web.

Adobe has rebranded the old Lightroom software as ‘Lightroom Classic CC’, which has also been revitalized with new features like Color and Luminance Range Masking tools.

With the new Lightroom CC, you’ll be able to make powerful edits in full resolution. Your changes will then be automatically synchronized across devices—good news for creatives who felt constricted by the old Lightroom’s import and editing issues.

“By separating the two products, we’re allowing Lightroom Classic to focus on the strengths of a file/folder based workflow that many of you enjoy today, while Lightroom CC addresses the cloud/mobile-oriented workflow.”

Also say goodbye to manual photo tagging: the new Lightroom CC works with Adobe’s AI tool, Sensei, to automatically tag and add keywords to your images for you. You’ll then be able to search for the images with those keywords.

On your phone, the Lightroom CC app allows you to create and organize your albums into folders, letting you keep track of your albums more efficiently.

Find out more about the new application over at the Photoshop blog.

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