Articles & News Tagged “Lightroom”
Tutorial: Removing Chromatic Aberration in Lightroom
Lightroom expert and photographer Scott Kelby has posted a quick video tutorial about using Lightroom’s manual chromatic aberration (CA) tools. As underwater photographers, shooting through both flat and some ports can cause significant CA, yet few photographer venture into Lightroom’s manual correction tools. As his tutorial shows, they are very simple to use.
Adobe explains how to use and create Profiles in Lightroom
April’s release of Lightroom and Camera Raw included a significantly updated Profiles feature. Adobe has released a blog post that explains in some depth how these work. Among the information is a paper written by Thomas Knoll and his ACR teammates Eric Chan and Max Wendt explaining the nuances between the new Adobe Raw profiles and a video tutorial on how to create custom versions.
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.
Color Range Masking on Lightroom Coffee Break
Adobe releases final version of Lightroom perpetual app
Adobe has announced the release of Lightroom update version 6.14. This will be the last release of the perpetual version of the app. The new version adds new camera and lens support and fixes some bugs, but does not add any new features. In future, Adobe recommends that photographers convert their files to DNG if support for forthcoming cameras is not available.
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.
Lightroom Coffee Break: Opening images as Smart Objects
Lightroom Coffee Break is a series of mini Lightroom tutorials presented by Adobe’s Benjamin Warde. Each Coffee Break episode runs for around 1 minute and looks at a single feature of the app or at a way that it can be used to improve workflow. This one looks at exporting images from Lightroom as Smart Objects.
Adobe Acknowledges Performance Issues with Lightroom
Adobe’s Tom Hogarty has taken to the Lightroom Journal to address concerns about Lightroom’s performance. He notes that there are “current pain points around GPU, import performance, certain editing tasks and review workflows,” and states that improving the program’s performance is the developer’s top priority.
Tutorial: Creating Custom Camera Calibration Profiles in Lightroom
Adobe’s Lightroom app offers many editing tools for image makers. One of these is the ability to generate custom color profiles for specific cameras. As underwater image makers, these profiles can help make our RAW images look more like the images we viewed on our camera’s LCD screens immediately after capturing them. Wetpixel presents a short tutorial covering the basics of creating custom camera calibration profiles.