Tag: adobe

How to Easily Share Lightroom Photos to a Group

Did you photograph a group event, family gathering, or client shoot and want to make those images available for just the participants? The sharing features in most photo applications let you either send pictures to a friend or two, or post them to social services such Facebook, Twitter, or Flickr. If you use Adobe’s Lightroom ...

What Happens When Your CC Subscription Expires?

I accidentally let my Creative Cloud subscription lapse. Here's what happens in Lightroom.

Lightroom CC 1.1 Adds Curves, Split Toning

Lightroom CC 1.1 is out, with tone curves, split toning, a full screen view, and a new Adobe Sensei-based Auto feature.

Take Control of Lightroom CC

I've published a new book! Take Control of Lightroom CC is all about Adobe's newest entrant into the Lightroom family of photo editor/organizers.

Math Is Hard, or, A Quick Look at Lightroom Pricing

People in a huff about the price of Adobe's Lightroom subscription plan are threatening to switch to Capture One Pro. Okay, but...

Meet the New Lightroom CC

Lightroom CC is a brand-new application that doesn't exactly replace yesterday's Lightroom (which is now Lightroom Classic), but could in the future.

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Lightroom mobile Adds Selective Brush, New iPad Interface, and More

Recently I needed to grab some screenshots of Lightroom mobile on the iPad and realized that I’d been running a beta for quite a while. I deleted the beta and re-loaded the release version and was momentarily taken aback: it seemed so basic compared to what I’ve been using! Now everyone gets to experience the ...

Lightroom mobile Adds Selective Brush, New iPad Interface, and More

Adobe updated Lightroom mobile to add selective brush tools, a Details panel, and a new iPad interface.

A Lightroom mobile HDR Experiment

While shooting the sunset the other night, I tried out the fairly-new HDR capture mode in Lightroom mobile on my iPhone 7. Consider me impressed! The app snaps three photos and merges them together right there, creating a DNG (Adobe’s “digital negative” format) with lots of image information for editing. I’m generally wary of in-camera ...