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rebeccakelly | Adobe Employee , Oct 20, 2020
LIVE from Adobe MAX - Lightroom Classic 10.0 Release

We've come a long, long way together

The ALL NEW Lightroom Classic MAX 2020 Release

 

You've probably seen the new social trend of couples showing their when we met & present-day photos. Do you remember when you first met Lightroom Classic? For some of you, maybe it was this past year while working from home, and for some, perhaps it was back in our public beta 1 days.

 

Then - Now: Lightroom Public Beta to NowThen - Now: Lightroom Public Beta to Now

 

 

I remember when I first was introduced to Lightroom--it was a darkroom, library, and pure Photoshop-like magic. I had been lamenting the lack of access to a traditional film darkroom and had just made the switch to digital photography. I had been trying to keep all of my digital photos and graphic assets organized, but much like in real life, I was frustrated and miserable--that is until my friend Ibraham introduced me to Lightroom public beta 1. I was awestruck by Lightroom, the darkroom's digital twin, and ended up switching my photography workflows to Lightroom primarily. 

 

New features roll out every year, but this year's new tools and features updates EXCITE me to no end. In the words of Fatboy Slim, "We've come a long, long way together and I have to praise you like I should."

 

Lightroom Classic has always been a product created by and for Photographers, and together with your input, our product teams have developed a fantastic set of new features and tools to help you do what you do best--develop, edit, and publish--faster and easier than ever before.

 

At MAX 2019, I had the privilege of sitting with leading photographers from around the world at the Adobe Professional Community Summit. Each user shared what top features would make their specific industry photography workflows better and more efficient in Lightroom Classic as well as editing between Lightroom Classic and Photoshop. Many of you also submitted suggestions online about what would make using Lightroom Classic more enjoyable for the everyday user. I am so EXCITED to see your feedback packed into this year's Lightroom Classic MAX 2020 new features!

 

Lastly, I believe that we should all be empowered to work smarter, not harder. It's on that philosophy that I have selected my Top 5 Features based on how you might use Lightroom Classic as well as Photoshop in your photography editing workflows. It's by no means exhaustive, but hopefully, it will help you dive-in and begin using the new tools and features in workflows that you already use every day.

 

I would LOVE to see how you use the new features! Be sure to share your favorite results in the comments below!

 

 

PhotographyPhotographyTOP 5 New Features for Photographers

  1. Color Grading for More Control
  2. Faster Editing with Brushes & Gradients
  3. Greater Control with Scrubby and Box Zooms 
  4. Neural Filters
  5. Sky Replacement

 

 

 

Download Lightroom Classic Here

 

 

Pete.Green | Adobe Employee , Sep 28, 2020
Update on OS Support for the next version of Lightroom Classic

As we prepare for our next major Lightroom Classic release at Adobe MAX 2020 later this year, we wanted to give you a heads up on upcoming changes to our minimum Operating System requirements.

 

Windows:

 

macOS minimum version:

 

We will update the linked pages above when more information is available.

 

Our team hopes that by providing this information early that it will allow you to make migration plans now so you can take full advantage of future updates as soon as they are available.

dave_m_k | Adobe Employee , Mar 12, 2020
Adobe Enables e-Learning for Schools Impacted by COVID-19

UPDATE (March 19)

 

Thanks for your patience. We've been busy processing your requests.

We've started notifying schools who are eligible and have been provisioned successfully. We're hoping to complete the current set of requests soon.

We'll update this post soon. However, we also received many requests, where the information provided was duplicate, incomplete, or incorrect; it's taking us a bit longer to go through such requests.

 

We really appreciate your patience, please bear with us as we work through all the requests.

-----------------------------------------

With rising health concerns, many schools are moving to online learning. We’re giving our global K-12 and higher ed institutional customers the ability to request “at-home” access for students & faculty. Learn more: https://theblog.adobe.com/adobe-enables-distance-learning-globally-schools-impacted-covid-19/

Careeeesa | Adobe Employee , Jan 15, 2020
Upcoming changes to video playback support on Windows 7

 

Microsoft announced the end of video playback support for Windows 7 by January 14, 2020. This aligns with their 10 year commitment to product support. 
If you’re using Windows 7 and Lightroom Classic and are wondering how this change might affect you, see Jeff Tranberry’s blog post.

rebeccakelly | Adobe Employee , Dec 09, 2019
Avoid Phishing: 3 Easy Ways to Identify Adobe Staff

We have received several reports where some individuals in the community are posing as Adobe Employees. These individuals are falsely representing who they are to gain your trust, and possibly access to your computer or personal information by offering to help troubleshoot issues.

 

Here are 3 Easy ways you can identify Adobe Staff:

➊ All Adobe Staff have a RED ADOBE BADGE below their profile picture and an Adobe logo after their username. This staff badge is visible on Adobe Staff profile pages, original posts and reply threads. 

 

➋ Genuine Adobe emails are always __________@adobe.com

 

➌ Adobe Staff will never ask you to share your passwords or sensitive information in the Adobe Community. Adobe employees will always direct you to communicate through an official Adobe channel to set up support sessions.

 

Report abuse or suspicious behavior to: phishing@adobe.com

 

Phishing Infographic_Easy ways to identify Adobe Staff.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

Adobe Employee , Oct 20, 2020
LIVE from Adobe MAX - Lightroom Classic 10.0 Release

We've come a long, long way together

The ALL NEW Lightroom Classic MAX 2020 Release

 

You've probably seen the new social trend of couples showing their when we met & present-day photos. Do you remember when you first met Lightroom Classic? For some of you, maybe it was this past year while working from home, and for some, perhaps it was back in our public beta 1 days.

 

Then - Now: Lightroom Public Beta to NowThen - Now: Lightroom Public Beta to Now

 

 

I remember when I first was introduced to Lightroom--it was a darkroom, library, and pure Photoshop-like magic. I had been lamenting the lack of access to a traditional film darkroom and had just made the switch to digital photography. I had been trying to keep all of my digital photos and graphic assets organized, but much like in real life, I was frustrated and miserable--that is until my friend Ibraham introduced me to Lightroom public beta 1. I was awestruck by Lightroom, the darkroom's digital twin, and ended up switching my photography workflows to Lightroom primarily. 

 

New features roll out every year, but this year's new tools and features updates EXCITE me to no end. In the words of Fatboy Slim, "We've come a long, long way together and I have to praise you like I should."

 

Lightroom Classic has always been a product created by and for Photographers, and together with your input, our product teams have developed a fantastic set of new features and tools to help you do what you do best--develop, edit, and publish--faster and easier than ever before.

 

At MAX 2019, I had the privilege of sitting with leading photographers from around the world at the Adobe Professional Community Summit. Each user shared what top features would make their specific industry photography workflows better and more efficient in Lightroom Classic as well as editing between Lightroom Classic and Photoshop. Many of you also submitted suggestions online about what would make using Lightroom Classic more enjoyable for the everyday user. I am so EXCITED to see your feedback packed into this year's Lightroom Classic MAX 2020 new features!

 

Lastly, I believe that we should all be empowered to work smarter, not harder. It's on that philosophy that I have selected my Top 5 Features based on how you might use Lightroom Classic as well as Photoshop in your photography editing workflows. It's by no means exhaustive, but hopefully, it will help you dive-in and begin using the new tools and features in workflows that you already use every day.

 

I would LOVE to see how you use the new features! Be sure to share your favorite results in the comments below!

 

 

PhotographyPhotographyTOP 5 New Features for Photographers

  1. Color Grading for More Control
  2. Faster Editing with Brushes & Gradients
  3. Greater Control with Scrubby and Box Zooms 
  4. Neural Filters
  5. Sky Replacement

 

 

 

Download Lightroom Classic Here

 

 

Adobe Employee , Sep 28, 2020
Update on OS Support for the next version of Lightroom Classic

As we prepare for our next major Lightroom Classic release at Adobe MAX 2020 later this year, we wanted to give you a heads up on upcoming changes to our minimum Operating System requirements.

 

Windows:

 

macOS minimum version:

 

We will update the linked pages above when more information is available.

 

Our team hopes that by providing this information early that it will allow you to make migration plans now so you can take full advantage of future updates as soon as they are available.

Adobe Employee , Mar 12, 2020
Adobe Enables e-Learning for Schools Impacted by COVID-19

UPDATE (March 19)

 

Thanks for your patience. We've been busy processing your requests.

We've started notifying schools who are eligible and have been provisioned successfully. We're hoping to complete the current set of requests soon.

We'll update this post soon. However, we also received many requests, where the information provided was duplicate, incomplete, or incorrect; it's taking us a bit longer to go through such requests.

 

We really appreciate your patience, please bear with us as we work through all the requests.

-----------------------------------------

With rising health concerns, many schools are moving to online learning. We’re giving our global K-12 and higher ed institutional customers the ability to request “at-home” access for students & faculty. Learn more: https://theblog.adobe.com/adobe-enables-distance-learning-globally-schools-impacted-covid-19/

Adobe Employee , Jan 15, 2020
Upcoming changes to video playback support on Windows 7

 

Microsoft announced the end of video playback support for Windows 7 by January 14, 2020. This aligns with their 10 year commitment to product support. 
If you’re using Windows 7 and Lightroom Classic and are wondering how this change might affect you, see Jeff Tranberry’s blog post.

Adobe Employee , Dec 09, 2019
Avoid Phishing: 3 Easy Ways to Identify Adobe Staff

We have received several reports where some individuals in the community are posing as Adobe Employees. These individuals are falsely representing who they are to gain your trust, and possibly access to your computer or personal information by offering to help troubleshoot issues.

 

Here are 3 Easy ways you can identify Adobe Staff:

➊ All Adobe Staff have a RED ADOBE BADGE below their profile picture and an Adobe logo after their username. This staff badge is visible on Adobe Staff profile pages, original posts and reply threads. 

 

➋ Genuine Adobe emails are always __________@adobe.com

 

➌ Adobe Staff will never ask you to share your passwords or sensitive information in the Adobe Community. Adobe employees will always direct you to communicate through an official Adobe channel to set up support sessions.

 

Report abuse or suspicious behavior to: phishing@adobe.com

 

Phishing Infographic_Easy ways to identify Adobe Staff.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

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