Adobe Releases Lightroom CC 2015.1, 6.1 and Mobile 1.5 for iPad and iPhone

Adobe tonight announced the release of an update to Lightroom CC and 6 for desktop, as well as new features for Lightroom mobile for iOS (iPad and iPhone). For Lightroom Desktop, both subscription CC and stand-alone 6, the update includes new camera support, bug fixes, additional lens profiles, and tethering support for the Canon 70D. In addition, for subscription CC only, Adobe has added new features: New in Lightroom CC for Subscribers 1. Dehaze With this new slider, found in the Effects panel towards the bottom of the Develop module right panel strip, you can remove haze from your photos, or add haze. Tips: It can be helpful to set white balance first. If dehaze adds too much color, reduce […more]


Lightroom Mobile 1.3 Available for iPhone and iPad

Adobe has released Lightroom Mobile 1.3 for iPhone and iPad. This update includes the following new features: Edit images faster by copying image adjustments and pasting them onto another photo. New Segmented view in Collections gives you a different way to view and engage with your photos. Presentation mode: Allows you to pass your device around to others so that they can view your photos, without worrying about your flags, ratings and adjustments being accidentally changed. This free update Lightroom Mobile is available from the iOS app store. (Use of Lightroom Mobile requires a Creative Cloud subscription.) Copying and Pasting Adjustments: Adjust your first photo. Then tap and hold your finger down to bring up the option to Copy Settings, […more]


Adobe Announces System Requirements for Upcoming Lightroom 6

To give users time to prepare, Adobe has announced this week that when Lightroom 6 is released (no date yet), it will require Mac OS X 10.8 or above (Mountain Lion, Mavericks, Yosemite), or a 64 bit version of Windows 7, 8 or 8.1. According to Adobe, “Focusing our work on more modern operating systems and architectures allows us to spend more time adding functionality requested by users, including additional advanced imaging features and improving general application performance.” More information from the Adobe Lightroom Journal post: If your operating system is not supported, you can still use Lightroom 5 and prior versions. If you are running Mac OS X 10.7, Apple offers a free upgrade. For Windows users, here’s information on […more]


Adobe Releases Lightroom 5.7.1

Adobe has released a small update to Lightroom 5.7.1, with new camera support for the Sony ILCE-A7M2, a bug fix to address chromatic aberration issues specific to the Samsung NX1, and new lens profiles. New Lens Profiles Mount Name Canon EF Canon EF 24-105mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Canon EF Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM Canon EF Tokina AT-X 12-28 F4 PRO DX Leica M Zeiss Distagon T* 1,4/35 ZM Nikon F Tokina AT-X 12-28 F4 PRO DX Nikon F Tokina AT-X 70-200mm F4 PRO FX VCM-S Sony Alpha Tokina AT-X 166 PRO DX II 11-16 F2.8 To update, if you are a Creative Cloud subscriber, use your Creative Cloud app. If it doesn’t indicate there is an update, try signing […more]

Lightroom 5.7 Released with Web Collaboration Feature and iPhone / Aperture Importer

Lightroom 5.7 was released tonight. For those of you waiting for support for the Canon 7D Mark II, the Nikon D750, and other new cameras, as well as those of you with the Nikon D4S and D810 waiting for tethering support, this will be great news. For the rest of us, there are bug fixes, new lens profiles, a built-in plug-in for importing iPhoto and Aperture libraries, and a new collaboration feature – this last one is available only to Creative Cloud subscribers. As before, the collaboration feature allows you to share collections of photos with clients and friends online, but now this is easier to do. Viewers can also comment and like your photos with this feedback syncing back […more]


New Camera Support Available through the Adobe DNG Converter 8.7 Update

Adobe has announced the immediate availability of the release candidate of Camera Raw 8.7 and an update to the DNG Converter – both are available at The DNG converter in particular can be useful for Lightroom users who have purchased one of the new cameras below – until support for these cameras is available in Lightroom, you can use it to convert your raw files to Adobe’s DNG raw format, which you can then import into Lightroom. Casio EX-100PRO Fujifilm X30 Leaf Credo 50 Leica V Lux (Typ 114) Nikon D750 Panasonic DMC-GM1S Sony ILCE-5100 Sony ILCE-QX1 Read more about the Camera Raw 8.7 release, which also contains new lens profiles and bug fixes. These changes are not available […more]

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