19 Oct Adobe Lightroom CC (Cloud-Based) and Lightroom Classic CC Announced

Source: Camera Times

Adobe officially announced the new cloud-based Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic CC (rebranded the old Lightroom 7 to Lightroom Classic CC). With the announcement of Lightroom Classic CC, it means there will be no Lightroom 7 and no standalone version. The Lightroom 6.13 will be released on October 26 with support for the Nikon D850.

Helpful Links:

Photography Page Learn more about Lightroom CC FAQs: Creative Cloud Photography planLightroom CC Blog Posts: Lightroom CCPhotoshop CC

Adobe’s website has also a dedicated page for Lightroom CC.  The current Adobe CC plan rates can be found here.  Additional info is available here.

From Adobe:

What’s the Difference Between Lightroom and Lightroom Classic?

Going forward, the product you’ve known as Lightroom will be rebranded “Lightroom Classic CC”.  Why change? We have introduced a new photography service that will now be called “Lightroom CC”. It is designed to be a cloud-based ecosystem of apps that are deeply integrated and work together seamlessly across desktop, mobile, and web.  Lightroom Classic CC is designed for desktop-based (file/folder) digital photography workflows. It’s a well-established workflow solution that is distinct and separate from our new cloud-native service.  By separating the two products, we’re allowing Lightroom Classic to focus on the strengths of a file/folder based workflow that many of you enjoy today, while Lightroom CC addresses the cloud/mobile-oriented workflow.

What’s New in Lightroom Classic CC

As many of our customers know, Lightroom Classic (originally Lightroom) was born to help you manage your photography workflows and bring your images to life with a

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