The Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan gives you access to a variety of essential tools including Lightroom Classic, Photoshop, and mobile apps, as well as the ability to synchronize your photos to mobile devices, and much, much more.
Get set up with the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan by downloading and installing Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic and Photoshop to your computer. Also, don't forget to get Lightroom on your mobile device as part of your membership.
When you transition your photo management from the Photoshop Elements Organizer to Lightroom Classic, Lightroom Classic keeps all the information you used to organize your photos within the Photoshop Elements Organizer. You can continue to manage your photos with the same basic workflow you are already familiar with. Learn more about the transition process.
Note: Importing your Photoshop Elements catalog into Lightroom Classic does not harm the Photoshop Elements catalog. If you open Photoshop Elements, the catalog and your photos will still be there.
The information about your photos from the Photoshop Elements Organizer is located in the Library module in Lightroom Classic. The Library module is similar to the Media tab in the Photoshop Elements Organizer. It displays information about your photos and is a good way to browse through all your photos. Create synced collections to access your photography anywhere with Lightroom Classic on your mobile devices.
With the wide range of non-destructive adjustment controls in the Develop module in Lightroom Classic, you can fearlessly experiment with your photos. You can easily send a photo directly from Lightroom Classic to Photoshop when you want to apply extra creative effects that you can only achieve in Photoshop.
Lightroom Classic offers many of the same capabilities that Photoshop Elements has for sharing your photos with others from virtually anywhere. You can easily email a photo directly from within Lightroom Classic. You can also share a photo through a variety of photo sharing websites such as Facebook or Flickr.
Contributor: Tim Grey