Lightroom Classic 10

2/15/2022by admin

Apr 16, 2021 Really great video today from Terry White on one of my favorite features in Lightroom Classic — one I’ve been using for many years, and I find it so helpful (well, both of them — he shows Survey Mode and Compare Mode). Check it out below (it’s short and sweet — you’ll dig it). Thanks, Terry!!!! (Awesome, as usual). Check out my field report on the Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5.6 – f6.3. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic is a graphic editor designed to manage and process digital images. It is, in technical terms, an end-to-end solution for photographers and digital photo enthusiasts. Jan 12, 2021 Lightroom Classic 10.1.1 has been released today. As this is a double-dot release, it is a minor interim release containing a bug fix. The update addresses and fixes an issue for specific files missing Lens Metadata. This was causing the sync to Adobe cloud to stall. The sync errors caused by this issue should now run successfully. Lightroom Classic 10.1 has been released today. As well as some performance improvements, bug fixes and new camera / lens support, the engineering team have spent this release cycle focusing specifically bugs from 10.0 and on Big Sur compatibility.

  1. Lightroom Classic 10.0
  2. What's New In Lightroom Classic

Lightroom Classic 10.0

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What's New In Lightroom Classic

  1. If you are calibrating a CRT monitor, make sureit has been turned on for at least a half hour. This gives it sufficienttime to warm up and produce more consistent output.
  2. Set the ambient lighting in your room to be consistent with the brightness and color of the lighting conditions that you usually work under.

  3. Make sure your monitor is displaying thousands of colorsor more. Ideally, make sure it is displaying millions of colorsor 24-bit or higher.
  4. Remove colorful background patterns on your monitor desktop,and set your desktop to display neutral grays. Busy patterns orbright colors surrounding a document interfere with accurate colorperception.
  5. For best results, calibrate and profile your monitor using third-party software and measuring devices. In general, using a measuring device such as a colorimeter along with software can create more accurate profiles because an instrument can measure the colors displayed on a monitor far more accurately than the human eye.

    Otherwise, use the monitor calibration tools that come with Windows or Mac OS. To calibrate your monitor using the utility in your operating system see one of the following:

    • OS X Mavericks: Calibrate your display (Apple Support)
    • OS X Mountain Lion: Calibrate your display (Apple Support)
    • Calibrate your display in Windows 7 (Microsoft Support)
    • Get the best display on your monitor (Microsoft Support)
    Note:

    Monitor performance changes and declines over time;recalibrate and profile your monitor every month or so. If you findit difficult or impossible to calibrate your monitor to a standard,it may be too old and faded.

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