11 Nov A Cool new Feature in Lightroom (Cloud) that you may not have noticed. (It’s not in Lightroom Desktop)
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I mostly use Lightroom classic, and based on a poll I posted on my Facebook page earlier this year, most of you are the same. However, recently I’ve seen more and more people using the cloud version of Lightroom on YouTube and elsewhere. Because I don’t use it that much, I missed one of the new features in the latest release, that’s actually kind of cool.
Note that this feature is in the mobile version of Lightroom too, so when I refer to it as “Lightroom Cloud” I’m referring to the whole family. However for the purposes of simplification, I’m only going to talk about Lightroom Desktop – the desktop version. Officially called “Lightroom Mac and PC” but which they refer to internally as “Lightroom Desktop”, so that’s what I’m going to call it. I really wish they had made this easier to refer to.
While Lightroom desktop generally gets the same features added to its develop engine as Lightroom Classic and Camera Raw, it’s also started to diverge a little too, and it’s beginning to offer more features that take advantage of its cloud based heritage. There are community and online based features in Lightroom (Cloud) that aren’t in Lightroom Classic. One of these new features is “recommended presets”.
When you go to edit an image in Lightroom Desktop (version 5.0) and you go to the presets panel you’ll notice some new options. Whereas before you would see a list of your own presets, now you
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