Lightroom CC and Lightroom 6 Review

Is Adobe Photoshop being replaced with its biggest rival called Lightroom? In this article, we will give you a quick user review about the latest version of Lightroom.

CCLREarlier this year, Adobe has announced the latest version of one of the best professional editing tools in the market; Lightroom 6 and CC or creative cloud. Basically, both programs have the same features and services. It’s just that Lightroom CC is only available through Adobe’s creative cloud services. Photographers and other users must subscribe to a plan before they can use the program. While Lightroom 6 is the licensed version and can be purchased on a one time payment method.

You can purchase or subscribe to any Adobe plan of Lightroom CC along with Lightroom 6 for $10 a month.

One of the advantages of using Lightroom CC is that you can access all of Lightroom’s application including Lightroom web and mobile. Moreover, you can enjoy additional online storage from the creative cloud service. If you want more tips and tutorials about Lightroom, you can always check on their website and see more useful lightroom fanatic presets.

On the other hand, Lightroom 6 is for those users and photographers who don’t like to pay monthly fees. However, they are not allowed to use other features, and they need to buy another licensed version when Lightroom 7 becomes available in the market.

What to expect on Lightroom CC and Lightroom 6?

After 2 years of waiting, Adobe has finally added new tools for editing and organizing of action cam images. This includes: HDR and panorama merge, advanced healing, graduated and radial tools and more. Importing and exporting files to and from Lightroom’s interface were also enhanced.

What’s good about the program is that it allows users to organize their images as easy as possible. In addition, they integrated the facial recognition to help them locate and manage their pictures easily. The program also has new HTM5 web galleries and advanced slideshow tools to enjoy.





Adobe Updates: Lightroom 6.3 Review

Adobe has been consistent in producing high-quality, fast and reliable post processing software. One of their famous products is Adobe Lightroom which started nine years ago.

LR6Last October, Adobe released an update called Lightroom 6.2. Although there were new and additional editing features, the company has removed an important feature which angered hundreds of Lightroom users.

Moreover, the company received a lot of complaints and harsh feedback when they removed the import feature in Lightroom 6.2. Some users were not satisfied with the performance, thus provoke them to withdraw their subscription on Adobe’s cloud service.

The company was saddened with the outcome and state that they didn’t expect the issue to happen since they’ve been working so hard just to improve and enhance the program. The company issued an apology to their users and promised to make things right.

Fortunately, Adobe has finally released its latest version: Lightroom 6.3. Users have all the reason to celebrate because the company was able to fix bugs and bring back the import dialogue feature in the interface.

What’s new in Adobe Lightroom 6.3?

Generally, in today’s release, Adobe includes additional and useful features such as camera and lens profiles for Sony, Canon, Leica, and Fujifilm. The company was able to fix several bug issues which made the program stable and fast. In addition, Lightroom is now compatible to all kinds of third-party plugins, panorama formation, and Lightroom presets compatible with LR 4-6.

Check this video below and learn how to install Lightroom presets:

Overall, Adobe did a good job in listening to the needs and desires of their clients. They were able to respond well with the issues. The company promised to produce more useful and responsive Lightroom versions. They also promised to double check the version before releasing it. So, today, it is safe to say that Lightroom 6.3 is fast, receptive and reliable.



Epson Rangefinder R-D1s

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The world’s only digital rangefinder camera, the Epson R-D1, has extended its special role with the current Epson R-D1s model. The new functions Flash Demo, HTML allow for low-noise, format-filling photos, optimal image preview and extended color spaces. Owners of an R-D1 will also benefit from the improvements. They just need to install a firmware update which will be available for download from the 1st of June.