October 2017 and later releases of Lightroom CC (desktop, mobile, and Apple TV)
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The October 2017 and later releases of Lightroom CC roll out several new features and enhancements that enrich your digital imaging experience. Read on for a quick introduction to these features and links to resources offering more information.


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Lightroom CC v1.5 | August 2018

This release of Lightroom CC desktop rolls out new features and improvements such as storing an album locally for offline use, checking album membership of a photo, HEIC image files support on Windows, support for new cameras and lenses, and bug fixes.

Store an album locally for offline use

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

Beginning with this release, you can choose to download the photos in an album locally on your computer. Storing an album locally allows you to edit photos from that album even when your computer is offline, for example, when you're traveling somewhere without Internet and want to work on your photos. Edited photos are automatically synced to the cloud whenever you're next connected to the Internet. All locally stored albums have this badge  beside their names to indicate their offline availability.

Store albums locally
Store albums locally to edit photos from that album even when offline.

For related Help information, see Store an album locally.

See which albums a photo belongs to

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

In the Info panel > Albums section, you can now find all the albums that your currently selected photo belongs to. 

Check which albums a photo belongs to
Find the albums your selected photo is in.

For related Help information, see Show which albums a photo belongs to.

HEIC image files support on Windows

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

Beginning with this release, Lightroom CC now supports Apple's HEIC image file format on Windows.

Support for new cameras and lenses

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

For a full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

What's changed

What's changed in Lightroom CC v1.5 on desktop (August 2018 release)

  • The option to individually keep photos for offline use has been removed. You can now keep photos locally at album level. See Store an album locally.
  • Under Square Grid(G) view, you can now see the file extension of a photo displayed at the bottom left corner of the thumbnail.
File extension visible in square grid view
File-extension is now displayed at the bottom left corner of the photo thumbnail in Square Grid view.

Fixed customer issues

Issues fixed in Lightroom CC v1.5 on desktop (August 2018 release)

Updates to Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS v3.4 and Android v3.6) | August 2018

Improvements to organizational user interface

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)

This release of Lightroom CC for iOS includes a number of organizational improvements, including two new smart folders (Lr Camera Photos and Recently Added), new Shared Albums tab to see and control all of the albums shared on lightroom.adobe.com, a new multi-select mode (long tap to enter multi-select).

Improved user interface
Improved user interface

For related information, see the following links:

Updated filter menu

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)

With the updated filter menu, you can now filter your photos by media type, camera, location, keywords, and whether or not the photo has been edited.

Updated filter menu
Updated filter menu

For related information, see Filter photos.

Depth map support

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)

In this release of Lightroom CC for iOS, a new technology preview feature has been added: Depth Map Support. This new tech preview adds in a new mode in Lightroom's in-app camera letting you capture HEIC photos with depth maps as well as a new selective tool that leverages depth maps captured with the Lr Camera or other capture tools. The new Depth selection tool lets you quickly turn a depth map into a selection that can be modified with a brush, that you can use the same editing tools available with other selection tools to modify your photo.

Depth Mask
Apply selective edits using Depth Selection

For detailed information, see the following links:

Lens profile control

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

This release provides improvements to the Optics option in the Edit panel. You can now reduce chromatic aberration (CA) and manually select from one of the more than 1,200 Adobe-created lens profiles.

Lens profile controls
Optics - Remove Chromatic Aberration and Lens Profile Corrections

For related helpful information, see Correct camera lens flaws.

HEIC file format support

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

Support for HEIC image files (sometimes referred to as HEIF) has been provided in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android) 3.6. You can now import, edit, and export original HEIC image files.

For related helpful information, see HEIC image file support.

Pause and Resume sync

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

You now have the ability to pause and resume synchronization within the cloud status tab, letting you decide when you’d like to sync your photos and edits to the cloud.

Tap the cloud icon to access pause and resume options.

Pause and Resume syncing of photos to the cloud.
Pause and Resume syncing of photos to the cloud.

Best Photos (Technology Preview)

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

Best Photos combines Adobe Sensei smarts as well as changes and edits that you’ve made to your photos to make a recommend selection of your photos within an album with the highest potential, quickly and easily.

Best Photos feature can be enabled under Technology Previews in the sidebar menu.

For related helpful information, see Find best photos.

Technology Previews - Best Photos
Technology Previews - Best Photos
Best Photos - Technology Previews
Best Photos - Discover a selection of best photos within an album.

Guided tutorial on Watermarks

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

Introducing a new guided tutorial on using the watermark feature in Lightroom CC for mobile (Android). Use the guided, step-by-step in-app tutorial to learn how to apply watermarks to your photos. You can find guided tutorials in the Settings > Help & Support > Guided Tutorials section within the app. 

For related helpful information, see Help & Support.

Guided tutorial on watermarks
Guided tutorial on watermarks

Enhanced profile management

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

You can now manage your profiles to show or hide various profile groups that are displayed in the Profiles menu, allowing you to scan through the profiles you use the most.

For related helpful information, see Manage profiles.

Improvements to preset creation

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

You can now select only the edit settings you've applied to a selected photo and save it as a preset with Auto Settings tile option in the edit panel and Modified option in the Select panel.

For related helpful information, see Create presets.

Ability to move presets

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

You can now move a user preset to an existing preset group or to a new preset group, allowing you to organize user-created presets under groups for easy access.

For related helpful information, see Update, move, or delete presets.

Other enhancements

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)

  • HDR and long exposure photos captured using Lightroom's in-app camera are now greatly reduced in size, without any visual quality loss. HDR and long exposure photos are now up to 2/3rds smaller than before, taking up less space and less time to upload.

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

  • Sort by custom order: You now have an option to manually reorder your grid photos. See Sorting and segmentation options
  • Maximum photo export limit: The limitation on maximum number of photos that can be exported, which was earlier set to 15, is now removed. For related helpful information, see Export original.
  • Auto Settings: You can now access Auto Settings as an individual option in the Edit panel in Lightroom CC for mobile. Auto Settings, which was earlier under Light option, uses Adobe Sensei to intelligently apply adjustments based on a photo’s light and color characteristics. For related helpful information, see Apply Auto Settings.

Support for new cameras and lenses

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

For a full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

Lightroom CC v1.4 | June 2018

This release of Lightroom CC desktop rolls out new features and enhancements, support for new cameras and lenses, and bug fixes.

Presets and Profiles syncing

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

Beginning with this release, your Presets and Profiles (including third-party, custom user presets and profiles) now automatically sync across Lightroom CC desktop and mobile.

However, the custom user presets and profiles that you add in Lightroom CC do not sync with Lightroom Classic CC desktop.

Manage Presets and Profiles

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

You can now choose to show or hide various preset/profile groups that are displayed in the Presets panel/Profile Browser, allowing you to scan through the profiles and presets you use the most.  

Manage Profiles

To show/hide profile groups displayed in the Profile Browser, click the three-dot icon at the upper-right corner of the Profile panel and select Manage Profiles option from the pop-up menu.

Manage Profiles
Manage Profiles

Manage Presets

To show/hide preset groups displayed in the Presets panel, click the three-dot icon at the upper-right corner of the Presets panel and select Manage Presets option from the pop-up menu.

Manage Presets
Manage Presets

For Help documentation, visit these links:

Copy and paste edits across multiple photos

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

You can now copy the edits from a photo and paste across multiple photos.

You can also choose which edit settings to copy from a photo using the new Choose Edit Settings To Copy option. To access this option, select a photo and then choose Photo > Choose Edit Settings To Copy from the menu bar. Alternatively, press Control + Shift + C (Win) or Shift + Command + C (Mac) keys.

Choose Edit Settings to Copy
Choose Edit Settings to Copy

For detailed Help documentation, see Copy and paste edits.

HEIC image files support on macOS High Sierra

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

Beginning with this release, Lightroom CC now supports Apple's HEIC image file format on macOS High Sierra v10.13 or later.

Reset photo edits to the last opened state

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

You can now restore your photo edits to the state when last opened it Lightroom CC using the new Reset To Open option in the Photo menu. To reset your photo edits, you must be in Detail view.

  1. Open the photo in Detail view.
  2. Do one of the following:
    1. From the menu bar, choose Photo > Reset To Open.
    2. Press Shift + Command + R keys.

For related Help information, see Reset Photo edits.

Specify share settings for a web gallery

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

While sharing a Lightroom CC album as a web gallery, you now control the following preferences:

New sharing preferences
New sharing preferences

Allow Downloads: Select this preference to allow others to download the shared album photos.

Show Metadata: Select this preference to allow others to view metadata of the shared album photos.

Show Location Info: Select this preference to allow others to view location info of the shared album photos. Deselect it to hide location info.

To modify the sharing preferences of an album that is already public, right-click (Win) / Control-click (Mac) the album and choose Share Settings from the context-menu.  


For related Help information, see Share an album as a web gallery.

Sort photos by File Name

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

In this release of Lightroom CC, a new option to sort the grid photos by File Name has been added.

Sort grid photos by File Name
Sort grid photos by File Name

For related Help information, see Search, filter, sort photos.

Get Lightroom CC mobile by texting a download link to your phone

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

Send Lightroom CC mobile download link to your phone
Send Lightroom CC mobile download link to your phone

From Lightroom CC desktop, you can now text a link on your phone number to download Lightroom CC for mobile from Google Play/App Store.

  1. From the menu bar, choose Help > Get Lightroom CC on mobile.  
  2. In the pop-up screen that appears, type your phone number and press Send Link.  

Support for new cameras and lenses

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

For a full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

Fixed customer issues

Issues fixed in Lightroom CC v1.4 on desktop (June 2018 release)

Updates to Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS v3.3 and Android v3.5) | June 2018

Presets and Profiles syncing

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

Beginning with this release, your Presets and Profiles (including third-party, custom user presets and profiles) now automatically sync across Lightroom CC desktop and mobile.

However, the custom user presets and profiles that you add in Lightroom CC do not sync with Lightroom Classic CC desktop.

Create and manage presets

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

You can now create custom presets in Lightroom CC for mobile to easily save your favorite edits and quickly apply in the future. You can also manage your presets to show or hide various preset groups that are displayed in the Presets menu, allowing you to scan through the presets you use the most.

Healing brush

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

Use the Healing Brush tools to remove unnecessary spots, power lines, people, objects, or other such distractions from a photo.

Access the Healing Brush tools.
(Screenshot from an Android device) Access the Healing Brush tools.
Using the Heal tool
(Screenshot from an iOS device) Using the Heal tool to remove the unwanted object from the photo (the person, in this case).

A. Heal B. Clone C. Size D. Feather E. Opacity F. Delete G. Target area H. Source area I. Hide screen controls to view the photo edits 

For related helpful information, see the following links:

Remove chromatic aberrations

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)

In Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS), turn on the new Chromatic Aberration option to automatically correct blue-yellow and red-green fringes in your image. To access this option:

  • (iPhone) In the Edit panel in the Loupe view, tap the Optics icon at the bottom of the screen.
  • (iPad) In the Edit panel menu in the Loupe view, tap the Optics accordion.

For related helpful information, see Correct camera lens flaws automatically.

Capture long exposure scenes (Technology Preview)

New Technology Preview feature in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)

In Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS), use the in-app camera to capture long exposure scenes without a tripod. In this mode, the camera takes multiple images and blends them together for a long exposure effect.  

Poznámka:

The Long Exposure Technology Preview feature has been introduced for iPhone 7, 7+, 8, 8+, and X models only. You can enable this feature under Technology Previews in the app Settings menu.

(iPhone X) Capture interface options in the Long Exposure mode.
(iPhone X) Capture interface options in the Long Exposure mode.

Expanded HDR capture support (Technology Preview)

New Technology Preview feature in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

You can now enable the HDR capture mode on compatible Android devices that have not yet been officially tested and verified. On Android mobile devices that meet the specifications listed below, the HDR mode is available as a Technology Previews feature that you can enable from the app Settings menu.

  • 3 GB RAM or more
  • Android OS version 6.0 (Marshmallow) or later
  • App version is 'Arm8'
  • DNG capture is supported

For related helpful information, see Capture high-contrast scenes in the HDR mode.  

Guided tutorials

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

Learn how to use Lightroom CC for mobile with the step-by-step, interactive tutorials.

In the app Settings menu in Lightroom CC (iOS and Android), tap Help & Support > Guided Tutorials.

Poznámka:

In Lightroom CC (iOS), the Guided Tutorials feature has been introduced as a Technology Preview. In the app settings, you need to first switch on Guided Tutorials under Technology Previews to access the tutorials from the Help & Support menu.

What's new information

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

In the app Settings menu, use the What's New dialog to view a chronological list of fixes and improvements made in the app.

HEIC image original files support

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)

Beginning with this release, Lightroom CC iOS now backs up Apple's HEIC image files in the original file format.

Sort photos by star rating

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

In Lightroom CC for mobile (Android), you can now sort your grid photos by the number of stars.

For more details, see Sorting and Segmenting options.

Enable legacy presets

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)

In Lightroom CC for mobile (Android), you can use the Manage Presets option to enable the legacy Lightroom preset groups, which are hidden by default.

For related helpful information, see Manage presets (iOS).

Support for new cameras and lenses

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

For a full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

Lightroom CC v1.3 | April 2018

This release of Lightroom CC desktop rolls out new features, support for new cameras and lenses, and bug fixes.

New Adobe Raw and creative profiles

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

Profiles allow you to control how colors and tonality are rendered in your photos. The profiles provided in the new Profile panel are intended to serve as a starting point or foundation for making image edits. 

Adobe Color profile applied on a raw image.
Adobe Color profile applied on a raw image.

For raw photos, you can choose one of the Adobe Raw profiles to set a precise foundation for your edits or one of the available Camera Matching profiles to match the appearance of the photos as you see on your camera's screen. For both raw and non-raw photos, you can create a unique style or effect in your photo by choosing any of the creative profiles grouped under Artistic, B&W, Modern, and Vintage

Applying a profile on your photo doesn't change or overwrite the value of other edit control sliders. Therefore, you can make edits to your photos as you like and then choose to apply a profile on top of your edited image.

  1. If you're in Photo Grid () view or Square Grid () view, select a photo that you want to edit. Now, click () icon in the toolbar at the bottom to switch to Detail view.

    If you're already in Detail () view, select a photo that you want to edit from the filmstrip appearing at the bottom of your current selection.

  2. Click () icon at the upper-right corner to bring up the Edit panel.

    Locate the new Profile panel at the top and click Browse.

    Browse profiles in the new Profile panel
    Browse profiles in the new Profile panel
  3. Expand any profile group to reveal its profiles.

    Profile groups for a raw photo
    Profile groups for a raw photo
    Adobe Raw profiles
    Adobe Raw profiles

  4. Move the pointer over any profile to preview it on your photo.

    Click any profile to apply it to your photo.

For detailed Help documentation, visit these links:

Support for NAS (Network Attached Storage) disk drives

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

With the support for NAS disk drives in Lightroom CC, you can now choose to store a copy of all the originals on a mapped network drive. To do so:

  1. First, map the NAS drive on your computer. Refer to your network drive manufacturer's documentation. 
  2. After you've mapped the network drive on your computer, open the preferences dialog in Lightroom CC. Choose Edit > Preferences (Win) or Lightroom CC > Preferences (macOS).
  3. In Local Storage preferences, click Browse next to the Storage Location For Originals preference and then choose your network drive's path. 
  4. Restart Lightroom CC.

For detailed information and Help resources, see Store originals on a NAS (Network Attached Storage) drive.

Filter by Sync Status

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

In this release of Lightroom CC, a new filter has been added - Sync Status.

Filter by Sync Status
Sync Status filter

To access this filter:

  1. Click the filter () icon next to the search bar at the top of the screen.  
  2. Click the Sync Status filter and choose any filter option from the drop-down list to filter photos based on their sync status.
    1. Syncing: Displays photos whose edits or changes are currently syncing to the cloud.
    2. Synced and Backed Up: Displays photos whose originals are synced and backed up to the cloud.
    3. Original Stored Locally: Displays photos whose originals are stored on your machine.
    4. Synced From Lightroom Classic: Displays photos whose originals are not available or backed up to the cloud, but a smart preview is available. 

For related helpful information, see Rate and flag photos.

Support for new cameras and lenses

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

For a full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

Fixed customer issues

Issues fixed in Lightroom CC v1.3 on desktop (April 2018 release)

Initial sync with a large number of albums can get stuck before showing or loading any images

Ability to expand or collapse all the albums at once

 Lightroom CC applies some harsh filter on 'Save To JPG'


Updates to Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS v3.2 and Android v3.4) | April 2018

Fix and adjust perspective in your photos

New Premium feature in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)

While capturing photos, a close distance to the subject as well as certain types of lenses can distort perspective and make straight lines appear bowed, tilted or skewed in your photos. For example, shooting up at a tall building can make the building look like it's leaning away from you. You can easily fix and adjust the perspective of your photo using the Upright modes and geometry slider tools in the Geometry panel.

The Upright mode provides four automatic perspective correction options - Auto, Level, Vertical, and Full, as well as a manual Guided option. You can also refine the adjustment using the geometry sliders.

Geometry
Upright modes in Lightroom CC for mobile iOS
Guided Upright
Guided Upright

For Help documentation, see Fix geometric perspective in photos.

New Adobe Raw and creative profiles

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

In this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android), new Adobe Raw and creative have been introduced. Profiles allow you can now control how colors and tonality are rendered in your photos. They are intended to serve as a starting point or foundation for making image edits.

For raw photos, you can select one of the new Adobe Raw profiles to set a precise foundation for your edits. To match the appearance of the photos created by your camera, you can use one of the available Camera Matching profiles. For both raw and non-raw photos, use the new Creative Profiles to add a unique style, while adjusting the effect with a new amount slider.

Applying a profile on your photo doesn't change or overwrite the value of other edit control sliders. Therefore, you can make edits to your photos as you like and then choose to apply a profile on top of your edited image.

For details, see the following links:

Add film-grain effect to your photos

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

In this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android), a new Grain slider control has been added in the Effects panel.  When editing your photos, use this slider to add photographic-film grain effect. You can also control the grain size and roughness.

For details, see the following links:

Apply sharpening and noise reduction

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

In this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android), new sharpening controls, luminance noise and color noise reduction controls have been introduced in the Details panel.    

For detailed information, see Adjust noise reduction and sharpening.  

Enhanced control over Lightroom CC web shares

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

In this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android), you can now specify the following sharing options while sharing an Album as a Web Gallery. 

  • Author: Specify the author name to be displayed in the metadata of the shared album photos. This option is available on Android devices only.
  • Show Metadata: Turn on to allow others to view metadata of the shared album photos. Turn off to hide metadata.
  • Show Location Info: Turn on to allow others to view location info of the shared album photos. Turn off to hide location info.
  • Allow Downloads: Turn on to allow others to download the shared album photos. Turn off to disable downloads.

For details, see the following links:

Left-handed editing mode (iPad-only)

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iPad-only)

A new preference setting Left Handed Editing has been introduced that allows you have the Edit controls and panels on the left edge of your iPad's screen.

To access this setting in Lightroom CC on your iPad, go to Settings > General > Left Handed Editing.  

Support for new cameras and lenses

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

For a full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

Lightroom CC v1.2 | February 2018

This release of Lightroom CC desktop rolls out a new import preference to add copyright to the metadata of imported images, support for new cameras and lenses, and bug fixes.

Add copyright metadata to imported images

New in this release of Lightroom CC  on desktop

In this release of Lightroom CC, a new option has been added in the preferences - Add Copyright To Imported Images. To access this option, choose Edit (Win) or Lightroom CC (macOS) > Preferences > General.

General preferences in Lightroom CC
General preferences in Lightroom CC

When you enable this option, Lightroom CC adds the specified copyright text to the metadata of images that you import subsequently. By default, the copyright text field displays the copyright symbol followed by your account name. If the image already has the copyright metadata, Lightroom CC doesn't overwrite it on import. Also, the images that are already present in Lightroom CC are not affected.

For Help documentation, visit these links:

Support for new cameras and lenses

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

For a full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

What's changed

In the Preferences dialog (Edit (Win)/Lightroom CC (macOS) > Preferences), the options listed below have been moved from the General preferences set to the new Interface preferences set.  

  • Language
  • Text Size
  • Panel Tracks
  • Reset All Warning Dialogs And Tips

Fixed customer issues

Issues fixed in Lightroom CC v1.2 on desktop (February 2018 release)

The Highlights slider control under Vignette is not functioning. (Windows-only)

Error message when trying to open an image by dragging it to the Lightroom CC icon pinned in the taskbar. (Windows-only)

'Keep Original Available Locally' does not always respond when multiple images are selected in the grid.

While importing photos or videos, MTS video previews in the grid appear blurry or blank.

Videos are missing the camera make/model metadata in the Info panel.


Updates to Lightroom CC for mobile (Android v3.3 and iOS v3.1.1) | February 2018

Fix and adjust perspective in your photos

New Premium feature in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

While capturing photos, a close distance to the subject as well as certain types of lenses can distort perspective and make straight lines appear bowed, tilted or skewed in your photos. For example, shooting up at a tall building can make the building look like it's leaning away from you. You can easily fix and adjust the perspective of your photo using the Upright modes and geometry slider tools in the Geometry panel.

The Upright modes provides four automatic perspective correction options - Auto, Level, Vertical, and Full, as well as a manual Guided option. You can also refine the adjustment using the geometry sliders.

Upright modes in Lightroom CC for mobile Android
Upright modes in Lightroom CC for mobile Android
Two vertical and two horizontal guides drawn on the photo using Guided Upright
Two vertical and two horizontal guides drawn on the photo using Guided Upright

For Help documentation, see Fix geometric perspective in photos.

Add watermark during export

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

You can now add a customizable text watermark while sharing your photos and while saving photos to your mobile device.

 Customize watermark
Customize watermark

Import photos using the Files option

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

Using the new Files option in Lightroom CC for mobile, you can access Android's file-manager to import photos from various sources:

  • Other supported photo apps and cloud-based apps installed on your device, such as Google Photos, Google Drive, and Dropbox.
  • A DSLR camera connected to your mobile in PTP mode via USB OTG cable.
  • Another plugged-in device connected to your mobile via USB.
  • Your device's folders

To import using the Files option, do the following:

  1. While in the Albums view, tap the three-dot () icon on the All Photos album or any other album where you want to add photos. Then, choose Add Photos from the pop-up menu.
    While viewing photos within any album that you've created, tap the Add Photos icon at the lower-right corner of the screen.
  2. In the Add Photo From context-menu that appears at the bottom of the screen, choose Files.
     
 Accessing the Files option from the Albums view
Accessing the Files option from the Albums view
Choose a source in Android's file-manager
Choose a source in Android's file-manager

For Help documentation, see Import photos using the Files option.

Add to Lightroom from third-party photo apps

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

You can now add photos to Lightroom CC for mobile from other third-party photo apps that have the share capability, such as Google Photos, Google Drive, and Dropbox.

To do so, simply select photos in any other photo app, share them, and choose the Add To Lr option. Your photos are added to the All Photos album in Lightroom CC for mobile.
 

Add To Lr option when sharing from Google Photos
Add To Lr option when sharing from Google Photos

Poznámka:

To view your recently imported photos, go to the All Photos album. In the All Photos view, tap the three-dots () icon at the upper-right corner of the screen and choose Sort By Import Date. Your recent imports now appear at the top.

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

Poznámka:

Searching photos within Lightroom CC using Google Assistant requires an active Internet connection. This capability is currently supported in English language only.  

In the Google Assistant search bar, type or tap the mic and say:

Search <your search keyword> in Lightroom

For example, you can quickly search for all photos within Lightroom CC that have mountains in them by typing or speaking - Search mountains in Lightroom.

Search Lightroom photos using Google Assistant
Search Lightroom photos using Google Assistant
Lightroom CC for mobile displaying the search result
Lightroom CC for mobile displaying the search result

For related information, see Search Lightroom photos using Google Assistant.

Sort by import date in the All Photos view

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

In the All Photos view, you can now view your recently imported photos by tapping the three-dots () icon at the upper-right corner of the screen and then choosing Sort By Import Date.

Your recent imports will appear at the top.

Support for new cameras and lenses

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android and iOS)

For a full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

Lightroom CC for Apple TV v1.2 | December 2017

Support for folders, search, filtering, and sorting

New in this release of Lightroom CC for Apple TV

For Help documentation, visit these links:

Lightroom CC v1.1 | December 2017

This release of Lightroom CC desktop rolls out new features and enhancements, support for new cameras and lenses, and bug fixes.

Enhanced 'Auto' to automatically apply the best edits in your photos

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

auto-enhanced

Start your edits with Auto, which uses Adobe Sensei to intelligently apply adjustments based on a photo’s light and color characteristics. Adobe's Auto feature now uses advanced machine learning to automatically apply the best edits for these slider controls in your photos: Exposure, Contrast, Highlights, Shadows, Whites, Blacks, Saturation, and Vibrance. In addition, the Auto feature now also includes the ability to optimize the adjustments of the photo even after cropping has been applied.  

The underlying neural nets have been trained with thousands of professionally shot and manually edited photos to evaluate and correct an image, just like a skilled human photographer.

The Auto option is located in the Light panel in the Detail view.


For related details, see Edit photos.

To know more about Adobe’s machine learning capabilities, see Machine learning FAQ.

Use Tone Curve to fine-tune the tonal range and contrast in your photo

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

The Tone Curve in the Light panel gives you greater control over the tonal range and contrast in your photo. To bring up the Tone Curve graph, switch to the Detail view () and click the () icon in the Light panel.

Tone Curve
Editing the Parametric Curve
Point Curve
A representative screenshot of Point Curve showing Control Points on the Red Channel.

Create a split tone effect in your photo

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

Using the Split Toning controls in the Effects panel, create a split tone effect in which a different color is applied to Shadows and Highlights in your photo. For example, you can color a monochrome photo or apply special effects, such as a cross-processed look, to a color photo.

To view the Split Toning controls, switch to the Detail () view and click the () icon in the Effects panel.    

Split Toning
Split tone effect created on a monochrome image.

For more details, see Split Toning.

Edit photo capture date and time

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

You can now adjust the date and time of an individual photo or a group of photos. This feature is useful in scenarios where you need to change the capture time for your photos after clicking them.

For example, you might need to change the capture times if you traveled to a different time zone and didn’t change your camera’s date/time setting before you started photographing. Another scenario could be that you added a scanned photo to Lightroom CC and want the capture time to show the date on which the image was photographed rather than the date on which it was scanned.

Edit Date & Time
Shift Date Range dialog | Adjusting the capture date and time of a group of photos.

Poznámka:

See known issue: Edit Date & Time dialog does not load.

For more details, see Change photo capture time.

View photos on full screen

New in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

While in the Detail view (), you can enter the full-screen mode by pressing F key or choosing View > Detail - Full Screen from the menu bar. While viewing your photos in the full-screen mode, you can cycle through your album photos and also rate and flag them.

For more details, see View photo on full screen.

Support for new cameras and lenses

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC on desktop

For a full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

Fixed customer issues

Issues fixed in Lightroom CC v1.1 on desktop (December 2017 release)

Improved performance when applying keywords to a large number of images
Improvements to the local storage preferences. Learn more
Image thumbnail in the Filmstrip refreshes quicker when applying adjustments
Improved speed when migrating your Lightroom Classic CC catalog to Lightroom CC
Fixed the Lightroom CC hanging issue when importing a large number (5000+) of photos/videos

Fixed the issue Lightroom CC doesn't allow importing two photos with the same name; the Import dialog displays that the image has already been imported.
Updated the migration log to accurately display the amount of local storage required for migrating a Lightroom Classic CC catalog to Lightroom CC
Fixed the issue Lightroom CC crashes when opening the preferences dialog (macOS v10.13 High Sierra-only)
Fixed the issue Lightroom CC migration fails with non-informative error message as reported here and here.


Updates to Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS v3.1 and Android v3.2) | December 2017

iOS (iPhone and iPad)

New Auto Settings

Add watermark during export

Support for new cameras and lenses

Improved quality to HDR capturing

Language support for Dutch and Swedish

Bug fixes and speed improvements


New Auto Settings

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

(Android) Auto Settings
(Android) Auto Settings
(iOS) Auto Settings
(iOS) Auto Settings

Start your edits with Auto, which uses Adobe Sensei to intelligently apply adjustments based on a photo’s light and color characteristics. Adobe's Auto feature now uses advanced machine learning to automatically apply the best edits for these slider controls in your photos: Exposure, Contrast, Highlights, Shadows, Whites, Blacks, Saturation, and Vibrance. In addition, the Auto feature now also includes the ability to optimize the adjustments of the photo even after cropping has been applied.  

The underlying neural nets have been trained with thousands of professionally shot and manually edited photos to evaluate and correct an image, just like a skilled human photographer.

For details, see the following links:

Add watermark during export

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)

Customize watermark
(iOS) Customize watermark

You can now add a customizable text watermark while sharing your photos and while saving your photos to camera roll.

Support for new cameras and lenses

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)

For a full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

App shortcuts

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

(Android) App shortcuts
(Android) App shortcuts

The app shortcuts feature has now been added for devices running Android versions 7.1.1 or later. However, the support for this feature on your Android device is enabled/set solely by the mobile device manufacturer.

On your device's home screen, long press on the Lightroom CC app icon to access the following shortcuts:

  • Selfie. Launches the in-app camera module with your device's front camera.
  • Lightroom Camera. Launches the in-app camera module with your device's back camera.
  • Add Photos. Launches the import interface where you can select and add images from device's photo gallery.

To access the app shortcuts, you need to launch the Lightroom CC app at least once.

For Help documentation, see App shortcuts.

More control for managing storage

In the Device Info & Storage settings, you can now use the Manage Storage option to view a list of all the albums for which you've enabled the Store Locally album option and release locally stored copies and free up space on your device; the originals are still backed up in the cloud.

When you clear or purge the offline content of a locally stored album, Lightroom CC for mobile removes cache files stored for offline use in that album. Any images in the album that also marked for offline use in another locally stored album are not removed. Your images remain in the album and are not deleted.  

For more information, see App preferences and options.

 

Lightroom CC v1.0.1 | November 2017

Adobe recently released the all-new Lightroom CC app on desktop in October 2017. To learn more, read this blog post

Lightroom CC v1.0.1 rolls out bug fixes and performance improvement.

Fixed customer issues

Issues fixed in Lightroom CC v1.0.1 on desktop (November 2017 release)

 Lightroom CC crashes when opening the preferences dialog (macOS v10.13 High Sierra-only).

Updates to Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS v3.0 and Android v3.1) | October 2017

iOS (iPhone and iPad)


Other Enhancements

Optimized for iOS 11
Import and export to iOS v11 Files
Support for High Efficiency Image File (HEIF) file import
Drag and drop from other applications into Lightroom CC (iPad only)
Pause and resume app synchronization when it’s convenient for you. Learn more
Bug fixes and speed improvements

 

Other Enhancements

Optimized for the new Google Pixelbook
HDR capture support for Samsung Note 8
and One Plus 5. Learn more

Export original. Learn more

New Presets. Learn more
Bug fixes and speed improvements


New Brush Selection tool to apply selective edits

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

In the Selective edit controls, the new Brush Selection tool lets you select specific parts of an image by brushing over them and apply adjustments such as Exposure, Clarity, Brightness, and other.

Apply selective edits using the Brush Selection tool
Apply selective edits using the Brush Selection tool

A. Brush B. Eraser C. Size D. Feather E. Flow 

For more details about the Brush Selection tool, see Apply Selective edits (Android).

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

Find photos using the intelligent online search

You can find your photos within an album or All Photos view using the Search bar at the top. Aside from searching photos by metadata and keywords, Lightroom CC for mobile can now find and display photos based on the objects in them.

For example, you can quickly search for all photos that have "mountains" in them.
 


For details, see the following links:

Organize albums into folders

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

You can now organize your photo albums into a folder hierarchy. The nested levels help you keep your photos and albums better organized.

Albums view
(Android) Albums view
Albums organized into a folder
(iOS) Albums organized into a folder

Assign keywords to your photos

New in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

iOS

The new Keywords panel in the Loupe view allows you to assign keywords to your photos. You can also copy keywords assigned to a photo and paste it to another photo.

Android

In the Loupe view, use the Keywords section at the bottom in the Info panel to assign keywords to your photos.

Poznámka:

  • Keywords sync with Lightroom CC across all your devices.
  • Keywords do not sync with the Lightroom Classic CC desktop app.  

(Android) Assign keywords in the Info panel.
(Android) Assign keywords in the Info panel.
(iOS) Assign keywords in the new Keywords panel.
(iOS) Assign keywords in the new Keywords panel.

For details, see the following links:

Support for HDR on Samsung Note 8 and One Plus 5 mobile devices

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

In this release of Lightroom CC for mobile Android, support for HDR mode has been added on Samsung Note 8 and One Plus 5 models.

With the latest update, the HDR mode is now available for Samsung S8, Samsung S8+, Samsung S7, Samsung S7 Edge, Samsung Note 8, Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, and One Plus 5 mobile devices.

For more details about the HDR capture mode, see Capture high-contrast scenes in the new HDR mode (Android).

Pause and resume syncing

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)

In Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS), you can now pause and resume app synchronization when it’s convenient for you.

  • To pause syncing, tap the cloud () icon at the upper-right corner and select Pause Syncing from the context-menu. The cloud icon changes to indicate that the syncing is paused.
  • To resume syncing, tap the cloud icon again and choose Resume Syncing from the context-menu.
Pause syncing
Pause syncing
Resume syncing
Resume syncing

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