Updating camera raw
Edited to add: Max Wendt, the lead engineer on the Texture project, shares some background and detail on the new Texture feature.
There are a few updates specific to Lightroom Classic that are worth noting.
In regards to tethering, the Canon EOS R is now supported.
Adobe also maintains the complete list of tether supported cameras.
This Home view will eventually get added to Lightroom Desktop too (Windows and Mac).
The interactive tutorials provide you direct access to the tutorial photo and then walks you, step-by-step, through each adjustment.
I’m sure this will take some time for all of us to digest and adjust how we refer to these apps.
In what is sure to be one of the most popular aspects of this update, the new Texture control has been added to Lightroom Classic, the cloud-based Lightroom (Windows, Mac, i OS, Android, and Chrome OS), and the Camera Raw plug-in for Photoshop. As a global adjustment, Texture can be found in the Basic panel of Lightroom Classic and Adobe Camera Raw, or in the Effects panel in the cloud-based versions of Lightroom.
Lightroom Mobile (i OS and Android) now have a new Home view that contains some of your most recent photos along with interactive tutorials and inspirational photos.
Today, Adobe has released an update for the Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw family of applications.
Before getting into the new features that have been added, it is important to note that Adobe has dropped the “CC” from the names of Lightroom Classic CC and Lightroom CC.
Head over to Adobe’s help document on Flat-Field Correction to learn more.
One final note is that the Auto settings function in all of the Lightroom family applications was also updated to improve overall performance.