Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Lightroom for Mobile July Releases

You can read the full news release  at  the Adobe Lightroom Blog website

Two big updates for Lightroom for mobile are now available for download: Lightroom for iOS 2.4 and Lightroom for Android 2.1.

Dreams of Meteora || Greece

Photograph by Elia Locardi of the valley in Meteora, Greece. Shot in raw on a Fuji XT-2 and edited on location with an iPad Pro with Lightroom for iOS.

Lightroom for iOS 2.4

IMG_4385In version 2.4, two major improvements have been added: a raw technology preview and the addition of local adjustment tools. In addition to these major improvements, we’ve also added the ability to use keyboard shortcuts with physical keyboards connected to iPads, the ability to add your copyright to all imported photos, functionality to turn on lens profiles (if your camera and lens combination are supported), as well as the usual bug fixes and improvements.


Friday, June 10, 2016

Lightroom: Essentials and Beyond

A Clark College Continuing Education Class

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Mondays, July 11 - August 8, 2016
6:00pm - 09:00pm
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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Lightroom CC 2015.4 / 6.4 now available

New Lightroom and Photoshop Camera Raw update

You can read all of the release information at Lightroom’s Blog


Lightroom CC 2015.4 and Lightroom 6.4 are now available on  The goal of this release is to provide additional camera raw support, lens profile support and address bugs that were introduced in previous releases of Lightroom.  This release also includes a new Boundary Warp feature for Creative Cloud members.

Introducing Boundary Warp (New Feature)

Stitched panoramas often have non-rectangular boundaries. There are several ways to handle irregular boundaries. The most common approach is to apply a rectangular crop. This is straightforward, but important image details near the boundary may be lost due to cropping. Another approach is to use Content Aware Fill (in Photoshop) to fill in the transparent areas outside the boundary. This can be effective, but may require multiple attempts to obtain a satisfying (smooth, artifact-free) result. It can also be expensive and requires rendering out the panorama to an output-referred(non-raw) format. Boundary Warp is a feature that provides another approach to handling the irregular boundary of panoramas. The feature analyzes the boundary and warps the image so that its edges fit a rectangular frame.  Here’s a visual example of the feature: