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Lightroom CC -- Missing all the Modules at Top Right

Community Beginner ,
Nov 12, 2017

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I just started using Lighroom CC and I am not seeing what everyone is referring to. The top right modules are not there. Im actually trying to also find the HCL for color editing but nothing. Can someone please help me?

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Lightroom CC -- Missing all the Modules at Top Right

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I just started using Lighroom CC and I am not seeing what everyone is referring to. The top right modules are not there. Im actually trying to also find the HCL for color editing but nothing. Can someone please help me?

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Nov 13, 2017

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There are 2 different Lightroom apps.

The latest version of the app previously known as Lightroom is now called Lightroom Classic. That's the one with the modules at the top.

The one you've downloaded in a new cloud-native app. It's newer, simpler, and makes your photos available on multiple different devices via the cloud, but it doesn't have the full feature set of the old Lightroom app.

So, this might help you decide which you need: https://www.lightroomqueen.com/lightroom-cc-vs-classic-features/

HSL is in Lightroom CC. If you open the Edit sliders, there's a small color wheel icon in the Color panel.

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Oh that's right! So basically CC is just a simplified version without all the bells and whistles of LR Classic. That's a bummer because I just made the monthly subscription for the CC version thinking it's newer and more up to date. BOOO!! Adobe should change the damn name. How confusing! I checked out the Classic last night and it's way better. The CC version doesn't have anything really useful.

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kymt, you should call Adobe and ask for your license to be transferred back to the normal photography subscription. You're not the first one that this has happened too.

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why am i paying for a subscription for the dang thing if i cant even use all the original features?? this makes me pretty angry actually. tthey force you to go to cc otherwise you can't update anything beyond the original program, and then they keep changing the service we loved. and take away features??!! so dumb.

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Adobe do not "force" you to do anything.

Adobe's stupid naming of the different Lightroom apps has caused you to subscribe to the wrong Photography Plan.

The Photography Plan 20Gb is the one that inlcudes Lightroom-CLASSIC v9.2 which is the latest that does "use all the original features" and has more added.

With Lightroom-CLASSIC you do not have to use CC 'Cloud' features (except to Install and Activate).

I repeat the words from Jao_vdl- "call Adobe and ask for your license to be transferred back to the normal photography subscription." ie. the Photography Plan 20Gb with Lr-CLASSIC, Lr, Photoshop, etc.

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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Doesn't seem to be a way to copy edits, making it close to useless for timelapse. Wasted quite a bit of time only to realize I think I bought the wrong app.

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You can copy edits between two images at a time only. You can't sync across many images. To do that you need Lightroom Classic. I would not try to use Lightroom CC for anything involving a lot of images at the moment. I am sure features will get added over time but right now for timelapses and basically all professional use, Classic it is.

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