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Lightroom Coffee Break: Page Down to Inspect images
enjamin Warde posted a tutorial about using the Page Down key to inspect images on Adobe’s Lightroom Coffee Break. Although he aims this at removing sensor dust, for underwater photographers, the technique works equally as well at removing backscatter within Lightroom. (Hint: Use the “Visualize Spots” function within the Spot Removal Tool).
Adobe announces updates to CC video apps
Adobe releases significant updates to Lightroom app family
Adobe has released significant updates to Lightroom Classic CC, Lightroom CC and Adobe Camera Raw. Version 7.3 of Lightroom Classic CC has a new Profiles panel that allows the previewing of camera calibration profiles live on images. It also has an improved tone curve control, and the Dehaze function is now in the Basic section. Lightroom CC 1.3 adds a geometry control and support for network attached storage.
Adobe previews Select Subject feature
Adobe has released a Photoshop Sneak Peak that showcases a forthcoming Photoshop feature developed within the company’s Sensei project. Called Select Subject, it uses machine learning to improve accuracy when selecting objects and create “intelligent” selections. It will be incorporated into a forthcoming Creative Cloud release.
Adobe releases Lightroom Downloader app
Adobe updates video editing apps
Adobe releases updated image editing apps
Adobe has announced a range of updates and new apps at its MAX Convention. Lightroom has been split into two apps, with the “Classic” version being an updated version of the existing app, and the “CC” being cloud native app that currently has less editing ability, but syncs across devices. Photoshop CC now has deeper integration into a Lightroom based workflow.
Adobe releases Photoshop and Premiere Elements 2018
Adobe has announced new versions of its Photoshop and Premiere Elements apps. Both apps utilize the Elements Organizer to automatically catalog and sort image files. they also offer a wide range of guided or automatic edits that allows users to automatically swap backgrounds, create double exposures, freeze frames and fix action cam footage.
Adobe previews new Photoshop features
Adobe frequently releases a few “Sneak Peaks” of new technology that will be incorporated into future version of their Creative Cloud apps. In this instance, they have posted video of a Curvature Pen Tool that will be featured in Photoshop CC. This makes “path creation easier and more intuitive in Photoshop CC by enabling you to create paths more quickly and precisely.” Adobe add that this is one of many new features coming to Photoshop CC during 2017.