Adobe at its Max Creativity Conference on Thursday announced big changes to its best photography management and editing app – Lightroom. The company announced two versions of Lightroom – Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic. Both the versions, according to Adobe, would be more user-friendly, allowing users to edit the photo in real-time on different devices.
Adobe says that the Lightroom CC has a new interface and the new tools are easier to use. Further, the company notes that the tools are powered by Adobe Sensei, which is a machine learning technology deployed in the Lightroom to allow powerful organization and keyword searches.
Object recognition technology has evolved through the years, and Adobe’s Lightroom CC has embedded it perfectly. Early reviews suggest that Lightroom CC albums are analyzed automatically with a range of objects being identified. Adobe has also made it possible to share the work directly to social media from within the service. A professional photographer can share the work on any social media via the new Adobe Portfolio integration in Lightroom CC.
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