You can now share your favorite photos with their edits to the Discover section to inspire and connect with other photographers. On Lightroom desktop, you can also follow other photographers and their edits.
You can now adjust Hue locally. Local Hue allows you to easily recolor objects in a scene, as well as make more subtle adjustments such as fine-tuning skin tones, without impacting colors in the rest of your photo.
Experiment with different edits of the same photo and save them as Versions without creating multiple copies. This way you don't lose your first set of edits and can easily compare different edits.
Now add watermarks to your exported photos using Lightroom desktop like you did on Lightroom for mobile. The watermark syncs with your updates in Lightroom for mobile (iOS and Android).
Easily send photos to Photoshop on the iPad
Now, just like on desktop, you can send your photos directly from Lightroom on iPad to Photoshop on iPad and back when you need edits that only Photoshop can provide.
Find the full list of supported cameras and lens profiles for Lightroom desktop and Lightroom for mobile (iOS and Android).
Notifications are displayed in the bell icon when likes or comments are added in shared albums. On mobile, viewers and contributors of shared albums can add likes or comments. Learn more about these features and other UI enhancements.
- February 2020 release (desktop version 3.2 and mobile version 5.2)
- December 2019 release (desktop version 3.1 and mobile version 5.1)
- November 2019 release (desktop version 3.0 and mobile version 5.0)
- August 2019 release (desktop version 2.4 and mobile version 4.4)
- May 2019 release (desktop version 2.3 and mobile version 4.3)
- February 2019 release (desktop version 2.2 and mobile version 4.2)
- December 2018 release (desktop version 2.1)
- December 2018 release (mobile version 4.1)
- October 2018 release (desktop version 2.0)
- October 2018 release (mobile version 4.0)
- Lightroom CC 2018 releases
- Lightroom CC 2015.x/Lightroom 6.x releases