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Lightroom 6 to: CC book module??

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Jun 01, 2020

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I have Lightroom 6 and just started the free trial for Lightroom CC. I don't see a book module on the desktop app that I downloaded on my iMac. 

 

I don't see the book module on the desktop app I downloaded. Is Lightroom 6 not compatible with CC? Do I need to buy Lightroom classic to work with CC? 

I'm trying to find a better way to edit and organize my photos in Lightroom and make them into books without being chained to my desktop.

 

 

 

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Correct answer by WobertC | Adobe Community Professional

Lightroom (v3.2 Cloud based)  is a totally new program designed to store your photos in the Cloud. It does not have Book and Print modules.

Lightroom-Classic v9.2.1 is the desktop based version that upgrades from Lightroom v6.

Which Lightroom version am I using? | The Lightroom Queen

To have a Book module you must be using Lightroom-Classic, and you would need a Photography Plan that includes Lr-Classic.

! Lightroom Classic 20Gb or Lightroom 1Tb - COMPARE

To use Lightroom (v3.2 Cloud based) for books you would have to Export the photos and use some other book App (eg. Blurb Bookwright).

 

 

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Lightroom 6 to: CC book module??

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I have Lightroom 6 and just started the free trial for Lightroom CC. I don't see a book module on the desktop app that I downloaded on my iMac. 

 

I don't see the book module on the desktop app I downloaded. Is Lightroom 6 not compatible with CC? Do I need to buy Lightroom classic to work with CC? 

I'm trying to find a better way to edit and organize my photos in Lightroom and make them into books without being chained to my desktop.

 

 

 

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Correct answer by WobertC | Adobe Community Professional

Lightroom (v3.2 Cloud based)  is a totally new program designed to store your photos in the Cloud. It does not have Book and Print modules.

Lightroom-Classic v9.2.1 is the desktop based version that upgrades from Lightroom v6.

Which Lightroom version am I using? | The Lightroom Queen

To have a Book module you must be using Lightroom-Classic, and you would need a Photography Plan that includes Lr-Classic.

! Lightroom Classic 20Gb or Lightroom 1Tb - COMPARE

To use Lightroom (v3.2 Cloud based) for books you would have to Export the photos and use some other book App (eg. Blurb Bookwright).

 

 

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Lightroom (v3.2 Cloud based)  is a totally new program designed to store your photos in the Cloud. It does not have Book and Print modules.

Lightroom-Classic v9.2.1 is the desktop based version that upgrades from Lightroom v6.

Which Lightroom version am I using? | The Lightroom Queen

To have a Book module you must be using Lightroom-Classic, and you would need a Photography Plan that includes Lr-Classic.

! Lightroom Classic 20Gb or Lightroom 1Tb - COMPARE

To use Lightroom (v3.2 Cloud based) for books you would have to Export the photos and use some other book App (eg. Blurb Bookwright).

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 9.4, Lightroom 3.4, Photoshop 2020 (21.2.1), Nikon DSLR, Windows-10.

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Jun 02, 2020

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Lightroom does indeed not have a book module, but there is a new 'Share with Blurb' feature that makes connecting with the Bookwright app easier: https://laurashoe.com/2019/11/04/cloud-based-lightroom-desktop-3-0-released-new-features/#blurb-whcc

-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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