The last quarter of 2015 was the best months for photographers since Adobe has released another Lightroom update for CC and LR 6 for desktop and mobile application. (Adobe Lightroom 6.2 for desktop, Lightroom 1.3 versions of Android operating system and Lightroom 2.0 versions of IOS). In this article, we will talk about the speed and entire performance of Lightroom 6.2.
Here are some of the features to look forward in the Lightroom 6.2 update:
Simplified Import Dialog Options
Basically, in Lightroom 6.2, Adobe has made a huge change in importing images since they want to have a user-friendly interface. New Lightroom users can easily add photos in the Library module, mobile application, memory storage or desktop folder.
Ability to Import Elements Files
Again, Adobe has included this feature to their upgrade lists, users can access the elements options to the import dialog. All you have to do is to choose the catalog from the elements dialog and Lightroom will do the rest of the import process.
Enhanced Local Dehaze Slider for Lightroom CC users
The local dehaze slider feature in Lightroom was added to the effects panel in the earlier version of CC. However, in Lightroom 6.2, users can make local adjustments using the advanced tools such as the radial filters, adjustment brush and graduated filter.
On the other hand, these are also some of the bug fixes made by Adobe.
Library Module – When transferring files from other Adobe Tools, Lightroom 6.2 can easily recover images which were either removed or rejected. Lightroom presets download from other sources can also be easily stored in one collection.
Photo Merge Features- The HDR and Panorama merge features has been improved in Lightroom 6.2.
Slideshow Sliders – Users can create slideshow presentations using JPEG and RAW files since Adobe has also fixed some minor bug issues in the sliders. They can also use lightroom presets download from other sources.
Overall, the program is not freed from bugs. Photographers will still complain about other things. But Adobe will surely do everything to fix everything to make it better.