Up in a man rider – Lightroom Classic 7.3

Stratford London
A monochrome photograph of Stratford London.

I have to say there is some advantage to having a husband who works on site.. and that is to be able to get views across the City of London.  Yes he was about 19 floors up in a man-rider when he took this shot across Stratford in London on his Samsung S6 Edge Mobile Phone.

You can see the Helter Skelter that is now part of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and the London stadium used for the 2012 Olympics, which is now used by West Ham who relocated there in 2016.

New Lightroom Classic Update 7.3

Well I have to say, boy am I impressed with the new Update from Adobe for Lightroom.  I am loving the new profiles and believe it or not.. the Lightroom processing seems to be smother and not so lumber-some.

At the moment, for me, the hold-up is getting to know the new panels, and profiles but so far I am loving it.  I love the way the Profiles work with black and white images.. and I have to say I am pretty impressed with this update.

Scott Kelby goes into more details about this Update on his blog Lightroom Killer Tips.  But the most exciting bit is not just the profiles, but the fact that Adobe have moved the Dehaze slider to the Basic Panel which makes editing a whole lot easier.

And it isn’t just the Classic Version that’s been updated… So has Lightroom CC (I do wish Adobe would call this Lightroom Cloud) as well as the apps for iOS and Android.

All in all I am a happy little bunny… and I can’t wait to get going and become fully versant with all these new profiles.  And what I am so thankful for is these profiles are in the Basic Panel and you don’t have to go to Calibration now.  Which means your workflow is now a lot easier.

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