Jeff Carlson is back to discuss an update to his Take Control of Lightroom CC that helps us not only understand the differences between the flavors of the program, but also talks about some of the newly added features. Lightroom is the basis for so much of the Adobe photo product line, but some of their decisions have left users confused. Jeff makes sense of it, discussing date-and-time stamping, machine learning, and what Adobe is doing with the photos you trust to their cloud-based service, if you let them. Some of the other changes Jeff addresses are the new tone curve tool, a split toning feature, and why storing photos on an external hard drive is one of the best new options.
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Author and photographer Jeff Carlson (@jeffcarlson, firstname.lastname@example.org) is a columnist for the Seattle Times, a contributing editor at TidBITS), and writes for publications such as Macworld and Photographic Elements Techniques. He is the author of The Connected Apple Family, The iPad for Photographers, Third Edition, iPad & iPhone Video: Film, Edit, and Share the Apple Way, and Take Control of Your Digital Photos on the Mac, among many other books. He believes there’s never enough coffee, and does his best to test that theory.