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Adobe Releases New Version of Lightroom


The “Secrets” out — Adobe just announced the new version of Lightroom, it’s called Lightroom CC and our FREE Webinars about Lightroom CC are starting in 45-minutes from now. Sign up now at http://kelbyone.com/secret– we’re taking your questions LIVE. We also have live Webinars at 3pm, 5pm and 7pm. Lots to share!

We just launched our FREE “Lightroom CC Learning Center” — it’s up LIVE right now with 21-videos on all the new features.

Here’s the link to our FREE Lightroom CC Learning Center. 🙂

Hope to see you in 30-minutes LIVE!


-Scott & RC



  1. Bruce 22 April, 2015 at 21:10 Reply

    Sounds like a lot of people are having difficulties upgrading? I’ve updated on a Mac OS (at least the creative cloud window says I have). But, the new apps have not appeared in my App Folder. If i open the creative cloud window and double click where it shows that the Adobe Lightroom CC (2015) has been updated, it launches the app (from somewhere). I’m currently waiting on Adobe Support for help (25 minutes and counting).

  2. lyle 22 April, 2015 at 09:11 Reply

    Some observations:

    I had the issues with needing to logout of the CC panel (it’s under the preferences by the gear) before I could start the updated CC downloaded version. Thanks to all who reported that in the chat sessions.

    I’m on a 2 year old ASUS motherboard PC – 8GB and Intel 4600 graphics. No image in the develop module – just a color box with a corner-to-corner cross – but the filmstrip and library related images displayed fine. I disabled the graphics processor (Edit| Preferences) and the images displayed in Develop module. Windows 7 pack 1 was showing my driver for 4600 as latest available when I tried to update driver. Went to Intel, loaded their diag tool for Win 7 and upgraded the driver to one from Jan of this year, replacing a 2+ year old version. Restarted machine and Develop module images showed as expected.

    That graphics experience may help someone recognize an issue of their own on windows.

    That link also notes that panorama and hdr processing are NOT taking advantage of the GPU, and how to be sure your high end card is being used if you have onboard graphics and an extra card.

  3. John 21 April, 2015 at 18:20 Reply

    Can I buy the upgrade from version 5.7 to the new one without subscribing to the cloud? I have had a stand alone version since lightroom 3.

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