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Adobe Said It Would Offer Standalone Lightroom ‘Indefinitely’

Adobe unveiled its cloud-centric Lightroom CC yesterday and announced that desktop Lightroom has been rebranded as Lightroom Classic CC. The company also stated that Lightroom 6 would be the final standalone version of Lightroom that doesn't require a subscription... backtracking on what the company said just a few years ago.

How to Color Your Photos Using the HSL Tool in Lightroom

Today, it's becoming increasingly harder for your style as a photographer to become recognized. Of course, there are prolific photographers such as William Eggleston and Stephen Shore whose use of color is almost instantly recognizable.

7 Tips for Making Lightroom Run Faster

Not happy with Lightroom's sluggish performance on your computer? Here's a helpful 15-minute video in which photographer and instructor Anthony Morganti shares a number of helpful tips for optimizing your Lightroom's performance.

Adobe Updates Lightroom CC to Kill the Crash Bug

A couple of days ago, Adobe acknowledged that a nasty bug in Adobe Lightroom CC was causing slowdowns and crashes that were being reported across the Web. If you've been pulling your hair out over the issue, there's good news today: a fix has arrived.

Adobe just released an update to Lightroom that fixes the crash problem.

An Impressive Test of Adobe’s New Dehaze Slider

Want to see an impressive example of what the new Dehaze slider in Photoshop and Lightroom can do? Check out the 1-minute video above by photographer Grant Friedman, who tested out the feature using a foggy and blown out RAW photo of Times Square on a rainy day.

Ultimate Cheat Sheets for Photoshop and Lightroom

Want an ultimate single-page cheat sheet for looking up keyboard shortcuts in Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC? The design team over at setupablogtoday have created just that: massive sheets that you can study and explore to your hearts content.

This is the ‘Dehaze’ Tool Coming to Lightroom

At Adobe MAX 2014 last October, Adobe gave a tech preview of a new "dehaze" feature that it's currently developing that can seemingly magically remove haze from photos. Above is a new sneak peek video Adobe just posted that shows what's "coming soon to Lightroom CC."

Why Your Lightroom CC May Actually Be Slower with the New GPU Acceleration

When Adobe unveiled Lightroom CC/6 last month, one of the big features in the update was support for graphics processors (GPU) in order to speed things up in the Develop module. Adobe claimed that some users would see up to a 10x performance increase with the GPU helping the CPU out.

Unfortunately for some users who bought or upgraded to Lightroom CC/6, that hasn't been the case.

Lightroom CC Gem: You Can Now ‘Add to Collection’ When Importing Photos

Adobe Lightroom CC/6 has been a hot topic in the photo community ever since it was announced a week ago. Although most discussions have focused on the "big" features such as HDR, panoramas, and performance, I have personally found one small addition to be the most useful new feature in my own workflow. I'm talking about the new "Add to Collection" option -- it's a bigger time saver and organizational boost for me than anything else that was introduced.

6 Features That Should Have Been In Lightroom 6 (But Aren’t)

Lightroom 6 (AKA Lightroom CC) was just announced. I’ve been eagerly waiting for this release, pretty much from the moment Lightroom 5 was announced. And I have to be honest: I’m sad.

Yes, software updates make me disappointed. Here’s what’s up.