Learn what's new in the latest release of Adobe Lightroom CC (desktop and mobile).
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The October 2018 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


Not:

With the new Auto-update feature, your Creative Cloud apps are now automatically upgraded whenever a new version is available. For Lightroom CC, you cannot have two versions of the app running simultaneously on your computer. Your existing app preferences and settings are migrated to the latest version. You can manage the update preferences using the Creative Cloud desktop app. Learn more.

Lightroom CC (desktop)

Lightroom CC (desktop) 2.1 | December 2018 release

This release of Lightroom CC desktop rolls out new features and improvements such as enhancements to People view, search improvements, ability to show all presets, support for new cameras and lenses, and bug fixes.

Enhancement to People view

With this release of Lightroom CC desktop, you can now sort the named People clusters by their first and last names. Also, the load time and scrolling in People view now is now much faster.

To sort named People clusters by their first name or the last name, follow these steps:

  1. In the My Photos panel at the upper-left side of the screen, select People to go to the People view. 
  2. Click the three-dots icon in the upper-right corner of the screen. In the drop-down list, under Sort By, select one of these sorting options: First Name or Last Name.

For related helpful information, see Sort options in People view.

Sort People clusters by their first name or the last name.
Sort People clusters by their first name or the last name.

Search improvements

When you begin searching in the Search bar, Lightroom CC now automatically adds a search facet of the album or the folder you are currently viewing. For example, if you viewing photos from an album named Landscape, a search facet for this album is automatically added in the Search bar as you begin typing your search keyword.

A search facet for the current album is automatically added in the Search bar as you begin typing your search keyword.
A search facet for the current album is automatically added in the Search bar as you begin typing your search keyword.

Hide partially compatible presets

You can choose to show partially compatible presets that are hidden by default. These partial presets refer to various controls that are not compatible with the selected photo, such as different camera profiles. 

To show all presets, do the following:

  1. Select a photo in Detail view and open the Edit panel.
  2. Click Presets from the bottom of the Edit panel.
  3. In the Presets panel, click the three-dots icon.
  4. Uncheck Hide Partially Compatible Presets from the context menu displayed.

Support for new cameras and lenses

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

Lightroom CC (desktop) 2.0 | October 2018 release

People view

Powered by Adobe Sensei

Find photos of specific people faster now that Lightroom CC uses Adobe Sensei technology to automatically sort your photos based on who’s in them. When you upload and sync photos to the cloud, Lightroom CC detects, recognizes, and groups photos of the same person.

To navigate to the People View, click the My Photos  icon at the upper-left side of the screen and click People

People View in Lightroom CC

Migrate Apple Photos (Mac only)

You can now easily migrate your Apple Photos Library into Lightroom CC on your desktop. Your photos sync to the cloud so you can access, edit, organize, and share them on all your devices.

Migrate Apple Photos Library to Lightroom CC

For detailed instructions, see Migrate your Apple Photos Library to Lightroom CC.

Easily share your photos to the web

In addition to sharing albums, you can now share any random selection of photos as a web gallery. 

Easily share your photos as a web gallery

To share a selection of photos, do the following:

  1. Select photos that you want to share from the grid view or the filmstrip.
  2. Right-click (Win) / Control+click (Mac) over your selection and select Share to Web from the context menu.
  3. In the Share Settings dialog box that appears, a unique link is generated. You can use this link to share your selected photos. Edit the name of the set of photos being shared under the Title option and specify the sharing Preferences.
  4. Click Continue. Your set of selected photos is now public.

To view the list of all photos or photo galleries that are public, click the Sharing  icon to bring up the Sharing panel. Under Shared to Web, click Photos to find all your public photos and photo galleries as a drop-down list.

For detailed information, see Share photos as a web gallery.

Adobe Portfolio integration

Showcase your photos on the web now that you can send them directly to Adobe Portfolio from Lightroom on your desktop.

Share your photos to Adobe Portfolio

For detailed information, see Share to Adobe Portfolio.

Improved search

Powered by Adobe Sensei

Start typing in the search bar, and Lightroom CC automatically offers suggestions to help you quickly find what you need. Search for cameras, locations, and other metadata with ease. Also, your enabled filters are kept neatly organized in the search box. You can even search for a filter using its name (try 'camera:').

Improved search

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

Local color toning

You can now apply colors to specific areas of your photo with the Brush and Gradient tools.

When using the Brush, Linear Gradient, or Radial Gradient tools in Lightroom CC, scroll down to the bottom of the adjustment sliders panel to turn on Color.   

Apply colors to specific areas of your photo with the Brush tool
(Illustrative example) Changing the color of irises (eyes) using the Brush tool.

To learn how to use the Brush and Gradient tools to enhance different parts of a photo, see the following tutorials:

HEVC file support on macOS

Beginning with this release, Lightroom CC supports Apple's HEVC video format (High Efficiency Video Coding, also known as H.265) on macOS High Sierra (10.13) or later.

For more information, see HEVC video files support.

Support for new cameras and lenses

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

Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android)

Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android) 4.1 | December 2018 release

Enhancements in People view

With this release of Lightroom CC for mobile iOS, you get merge suggestions for people clusters when you enter People view and can easily sort people clusters by their first and last name. Also, you can set the cover photo of a cluster.

To set a photo in the people cluster as its cover photo, do the following:

  1. In a people cluster, open the desired photo.
  2. Tap the three-dots icon from the top right corner.
  3. Select Organize from the context menu.
  4. Tap Set as Cover Photo, to set the photo as its cover.

Premium healing brush tutorial

This release of Lightroom CC for mobile iOS introduces a new Premium Healing Brush tutorial. At the end of the tutorial, a Keep Changes? dialog is displayed giving the user an option to discard or save changes to the photo. In Premium feature tutorials, upgrade your subscription to keep changes to the photo if you are a freemium user.

What's changed

  • Tapping and holding to show the before state now shows the selected photo without any edits applied. Previously, the before state disabled only the edits applied on the mobile device.
  • On scrolling images in an album, the album name or photo count is sticky. Also, the speed of scrolling is improved.
  • Introduced a new collapsible/de-collapsible menu next to All Photos to show/hide the components in All Photos: Lr Camera Photos, Recently Added, and People.

Share tab and ad hoc share

This release of Lightroom CC for mobile (Android) introduces a Share view which shows all your shared albums and photos under one tab. In addition, you can now share any random selection of photos as a web gallery without creating an exclusive album using the Share to Web option. You can monitor these ad hoc shares in a separate container Photos Shared to Web under the Share tab.

Move photos among People clusters

With this release, you can manually select and move photos from one people cluster to other if you feel any of the photos don't belong to that cluster. The move operation is valid for both named and unnamed clusters and change in the cluster is reflected in the Info panel with updated people tag corresponding to the new destination cluster. Also, you can now sort people clusters with their last name.

Duplicate preset handling

You can create or rename a preset with same name under the same preset group by selecting among the options displayed in the Duplicate Preset dialog box:

  • Replace - On selecting this option, only the latest preset with the same name exists in the group
  • Duplicate - On selecting this option, you have two presets with the same name listed in the same group
  • Rename - On selecting this option, a numeric extension is appended to the name by default or you can rename it yourself

Show/Hide partial presets

You can choose to show partially compatible presets that are hidden by default, under the Presets panel by tapping Show Partially Compatible Presets. These partial presets refer to various controls that are not compatible with the selected photo, such as different camera profiles.

Support for new cameras and lenses

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

Fixed customer issues

Issues fixed in Lightroom CC mobile v4.1 (December 2018 release)

Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS and Android) v4.0 | October 2018 release

People view

Quickly find the people you care about with the Adobe Sensei-powered People View. Lightroom CC automatically tags people in photos and provides you with an easy way to see all of the photos that person appears in.

People view in Lightroom mobile for iOS
People view in Lightroom mobile for iOS recognizes and groups photos of the same person in a cluster.
People view in Lightroom mobile for Android
People view in Lightroom mobile for Android recognizes and groups photos of the same person in a cluster.

For more details, see these Help resources:

Search Improvements

Now search suggestions are presented as you start typing in the Search bar, recommending things like cameras, lenses, shutter speeds, apertures, ISOs, keywords, locations, and more.

Autocomplete suggestions in Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)
Intuitive autocomplete suggestions when using Search in Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)
Autocomplete suggestions in Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)
Intuitive autocomplete suggestions when using Search in Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

For more details, see these Help resources:

Additional sharing options for Share to Web

You can now choose to only share images that are flagged or with a certain star rating or higher, while controlling the display theme and appearance, directly from within Lightroom CC app.

Display options in Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)
Display options when you share your collection on web in Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)
Display options in Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)
Display options when you share your collection on web in Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

For more details, see these Help resources:

New guided tutorials

The following new guided tutorials have been introduced in this release:

  • (iOS) First-Time Adjustments and Healing Brush
  • (Android) First-Time Adjustments, Target Adjustment Tool, and Guided Upright
Guided tutorials iOS
New guided tutorials under Help & Support in Lightroom CC for mobile (iOS)
Guided tutorials for Lightroom CC mobile (Android)
New guided tutorials under Help & Support in Lightroom CC for mobile (Android)

Support for new cameras and lenses

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

Other enhancements

  • Improved high-ISO rendering: Raw processing has been further improved to render low-light, high-ISO shots with more natural color. 
  • (Android only) Improved quality of HDR captures.

Lightroom CC for web (lightroom.adobe.com)

Lightroom CC for web | October 2018 release

The new Display view within lightroom.adobe.com lets you see a preview of the page, exactly how your viewers see it. While in the Display view, you can control the layout and background color while inserting breaks between images and text to help tell the story that accompanies your photos. When you’re done setting up the layout, you can then share the album using the controls under Sharing.

The new Display view within lightroom.adobe.com

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