October 2017 release of Lightroom Classic CC/Lightroom 6

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The October 2017 release of Lightroom Classic CC rolls 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.

For a summary of features introduced in earlier releases, see Feature summary | Lightroom CC 2015.x/Lightroom 6.x releases.


Scroll through the imported images faster with Embedded Previews

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom Classic CC

Embedded previews can be generated when you select the Embedded & Sidecar option upon import. 

Embedded and Sidecar option in the Import window
Embedded and Sidecar option in the Import window

When you select the Embedded & Sidecar previews option, you can scroll through a large set of images quickly in the Library module and also perform 1:1 zoom quicker. The rendering of Embedded previews is prioritized based on the folder you are viewing. For example, if you import and add images to multiple folders, you can immediately begin scrolling through the images as they get added.

For Help documentation, see Work with Embedded Previews.

Quick selections with Color and Luminance Range Masking

 New in this release of Lightroom Classic CC

Available only for Creative Cloud members

Using the new Color Luminance Range Masking controls, you can quickly create a precise masking area on your photo for applying local adjustments. These new precision masking tools can detect changes in lighting and contrasting edges based off color and tone. You can make quick initial masking selections with Adjustment Brushes or Radial Filter/Graduated Filter. Then refine your selection with the range masks, located under Auto-Mask in the Develop module.

Color Range Mask

After making an initial selection mask on your photo with Adjustment Brushes or Radial Filter/Graduated Filters, use Color Range Masking to refine the selection mask based on the colors sampled within the mask area.

Color Range Mask

Luminance Range Mask

After making an initial selection mask on your photo with Adjustment Brushes or Radial Filter/Graduated Filters, use Luminance Range Masking to refine the mask area based on the luminance range of the selection.

Luminance Range Mask

Support for new cameras and lenses

Enhanced in this release of Lightroom Classic CC

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

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