The Creative Cloud Photography plan by Adobe has been enhanced by an important updated which brings a large variety of better features for users who have an interest in photography and photo editing. The release, announced on April 21, provides major updates to Adobe Lightroom. The Creative Cloud Photography plan that Adobe has put in motion consists in a subscription to Lightroom or Photoshop or other mobile apps related to these, for which users have to pay 10 dollars a month in order to become available.
This is the sixth generation of the Lightroom app, one that has been awaited by users for a long time. The most notable additions to the performance of the app are a bettered GPU, support for the facial recognition capability, a new HDR, a filter brush that has been improved, enhanced panorama options and better slideshows, according to officials talking on behalf of the Adobe company.
However, the launch of the sixth generation of Lightroom may have cause confusions among the photo enthusiasts, since it coincides with the development of the Creative Cloud program run by Adobe. Basically, it has not yet been clarified to the users if the new version of the program is called Lightroom 6 or Lightroom CC.
For now, it seems that both of the answers are correct. At the moment, users will only be able to purchase Lightroom CC under the label of Lightroom 6, still most of the analysts in the field have expressed their opinion on the matter, stating that it would not take long until Lightroom 6 will become Lightroom CC, given the fact that Adobe has proved a firm intention of committing Lightroom to the Creative Cloud plan, together with the subscription system.
The subscription system does not apply to the Lightroom 6 yet, but many voices claim that this is inevitable.
The update of the Adobe Lightroom brings reasons of cheering to the mobile users as well, let alone the improvements on the desktop version. Support for tablets run by Google`s operating system, Android, has been added through the new update. Support for DNG files, which have the capability of preserving more detailed images will also feature from now on. Editing and saving pictures which had been stored on microSDs is another feature that Adobe introduces with the new Lightroom update.
The iOS version of Lightroom has also been improved recently, but those features were not as exciting as the new ones, for Android and desktop.
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