Learn about some major new features and enhancements in the November 2019 (version 9.0) release of Lightroom Classic.
Fill edges

Fill uneven edges of your panorama

Fill the uneven edges of your panorama automatically with the new Fill Edges option.

Export with multiple presets

Multi-Batch Export

Export your photos in multiple presets to your hard drive.

Support for new cameras and lenses

Support for new cameras and lenses

Find the full list of supported cameras and lens profiles.

https://chl-author-preview.corp.adobe.com/content/help/en/lightroom-classic/help/whats-new.html#flatfieldcorrection

Other enhancements

Find information about other new enhancements in this release.

Export develop presets

Export develop presets and preset groups

Export a custom preset or preset group from Lightroom Classic

Filter color labeled folders and collections

Filter color labeled folders and collections

Filter your folders and collections based on the color label assigned to them.

Fill uneven edges of your panorama automatically

Often, when you merge your photos to create a panorama, the result is an image with a lot of uneven edges. Fill Edges is an option that uses Content-Aware Fill technology to fill the uneven edges of your panorama automatically.

Before pano fill edges After pano fill edges

Use the slider to view the panorama before (left) and after (right) selecting the Fill Edges option.

You can select Fill Edges option in the Panorama Merge Preview/HDR Panorama Merge Preview dialog box while merging photos to create panorama/HDR panorama.

Fill Edges
Fill Edges

Multi-Batch Export

You can now perform multiple export jobs for the same set of images all at once. Lightroom Classic will export one image for every preset selected.

  1. In the Export dialog box, select the check boxes on the right to select your desired export presets. 

  2. Click Export. If necessary, you can specify the export location in the next window.

Multi-Batch Export
Multi-batch export by selecting the check box in front of the preset name.

Note:

  • Export settings will not be editable when presets are checked.
  • Post Processing section and other sections created by third-party plugins will be hidden when presets are checked.

For more information, see Multi-Batch Export.

Export develop presets and preset groups

Starting with this release, you can now export a custom preset or a custom preset group from Lightroom Classic. 

  1. Navigate to the Develop module.

  2. In the Presets panel, select the preset or preset group that you want to export.

    Note:

    You cannot export built-in Lightroom Classic presets. You can export only custom presets.

  3. Do one of the following:

    • Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (macOS) the preset and choose Export.
    • Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (macOS) the preset group and choose Export Group.
    Export preset
    Export a preset
    Export preset group
    Export a preset group
  4. Specify the file name and click Save.

For more information, see Work with Develop presets.

Filter folders and collections based on color label

You can now filter your folders, collections, collection sets, and smart collections based on the color label assigned to them. 

  1. In the search bar of at the top of the Folders or Collections panel, click the   icon.

  2. Choose Color Labels from the drop-down list and select a color to apply the filter.

    Filter by color label
    Filter color labeled folders
    Filter collections
    Filter color labeled collections

Support for new cameras and lenses

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

Other enhancements

Clear history above selected step

With this release, there is an option to clear the history above the selected step in the History panel. To clear history above a particular step, do the following:

  1. Select the step in the History panel above which you want to clear the history.
  2. Right-click (Win) or Control-click (macOS) the selected step and select Clear History Above This Step.
Clear history above this stesp

Filter images with depth map

You can now find photos with depth information by selecting Depth as the metadata criteria using the Metadata option in the Library Filter bar.

Filter images
Filter images with depth map

You can also filter photos having depth map while creating a Smart Collection by specifying Has Depth as a rule. 

Filter smart collection
Create Smart Collection with images having depth map

Delete photos

You can now delete multiple images in Library or Develop module when you're in the Loupe view. Select the images you want to delete in the filmstrip and press Shift + Delete/Backspace on your keyboard.

Crop enhancements

With GPU acceleration enabled, you can now preview the post-crop vignette effect live while cropping.

Keyword performance improvements

Experience improved performance with Keyword List and Keywording panel, specially at launch and when selecting multiple images.

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