Важно Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC / Lightroom 6 версии

Тема в разделе "Конвертация RAW", создана пользователем nauticus, 21 апр 2015.

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  1. #1 nauticus, 21 апр 2015
    Последнее редактирование: 23 июн 2018
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    От модератора: последняя версия - Adobe Lightroom Classic CC 7.4 - 19.07.2018 г. - здесь
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    Системные требования:
    - Intel® or AMD Athlon® processor with 64-bit support
    - Microsoft® Windows® 7 with Service Pack 1, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
    - OpenGL 3.3 and DirectX 10 capable graphics card for GPU related functionality
    - 2GB of RAM (4GB recommended)
    - 2GB of available hard-disk space
    - Internet connection required for Internet-based services

    О программе:
    Lightroom объединяет фотографии в «коллекции» — виртуальные сборища файлов, по которым может быстро делать поиск. Он хранит информацию о ключевых словах, превью и метаданных не в каждом графическом файле, а в централизованной базе данных (движок SQLite). Поэтому к базе можно обращаться и по поводу фотографий, которые сейчас в архиве на DVD. Размер программы существенно меньше, чем у Bridge, запускается она быстрее и занимает меньше оперативной памяти. В общем, Lightroom рассчитан исключительно на фотографов, которых интересует обработка и каталогизация фотографий, а не интеграция всего и вся. Другая особенность пакета Photoshop Lightroom — разделение процесса работы со снимками на отдельные этапы. Для каждого из них предназначен свой функциональный модуль с соответствующим набором инструментов и палитр настроек.

    Функциональные возможности пакета Lightroom включают не только RAW-конвертор и средства обработки изображений, но и мощную систему каталогизации фотографий, а также инструменты для создания слайд-шоу и веб-страниц. Как и во многих современных RAW-конверторах, в Lightroom используется принцип неразрушающего редактирования. Это значит, что информация обо всех выполненных пользователем операциях и настройках записывается в служебный файл, в то время как исходное изображение сохраняется в неизменном виде. Такой подход позволяет не только снизить до минимума вероятность безвозвратной потери оригиналов обрабатываемых снимков, но и дает возможность создавать и распечатывать множество различных вариантов одного и того же изображения без необходимости сохранять соответствующее количество полновесных графических файлов, быстро съедающих свободное пространство на жестком диске. По окончании работы над снимком пользователь может сохранить его обработанный вариант в виде отдельного графического файла.

    В программе имеется пять модулей:
    Загрузка, каталогизация и поиск фотографий (Library)
    Коррекция цветовых и тональных параметров изображений (Develop)
    Создание слайд-шоу (Slideshow)
    Печать (Print)
    Создание веб-страниц для публикации коллекций изображений в Интернете (Web)

    Основные характеристики Adobe Photoshop Lightroom:
    Интуитивная среда с инструментами, разработанными специально для фотографов.
    Организация, оценка изображений и добавление знака авторских прав.
    Создание предварительных настроек изображений.
    Интеграция с Photoshop.
    Регулировка настроек множества изображений одним кликом.
    Кроссплатформенность – поддержка 64-разрадной архитектуры, платформ Mac OS и Windows.
    Поддержка видеофайлов DSLR – взаимодействие с большинством цифровых камер SLR позволяет легко контролировать и организовывать статичные фотографии и видео.
    Добавление водяных знаков – встраивание логотипа (текстовых или графических водяных знаков) в изображение, регулировка размера, позиции и прозрачности.
    Быстрый импорт изображений – интерфейс импорта прост в навигации, содержит понятные визуальные индикаторы того, где и как будут расположены фотографии после импорта.
    Коррекция перспективы – возможность недеструктивного исправления перспективы картинки.
    Гибкие настройки печати. Инструменты позволяют перетаскивать одно изображение или несколько снимков на страницу, а затем изменять их расположение и размер.
    Коррекция линз – исправление дефектов линз, таких как нарушение геометрии, хроматические аберрации, виньетирование и т. п.
    Выгрузка в Интернет – возможность загружать изображения на Facebook, SmugMug и Flickr. При добавлении комментариев к снимкам эти сообщения мгновенно отображаются в библиотеке Adobe Photoshop Lightroom рядом с соответствующими фотографиями.
    Создание слайд-шоу с музыкальным сопровождением. Готовые слайд-шоу легко выкладывать в общий доступ с помощью экспорта (в том числе в высоком разрешении).
    Фотосъемка в связке с компьютером – мгновенный импорт и отображения фото после фиксации картинки камерой.
    Симуляция зернистости фотопленки. Инструменты позволяют легко контролировать параметры зернистости, которую можно применять к изображению для симуляции внешнего вида пленки
     
    Михаил Киселёв нравится это.
  2. Не могу сообразить, CC и шестая версия это две разные программы?
    CC под мак походу, понял
     
  3. #3 nauticus, 21 апр 2015
    Последнее редактирование модератором: 22 апр 2015
    Lightroom CC в составе Creative Cloud. Lightroom 6 - отдельная программа.
     
  4. Не подскажете, где можно почитать/загрузить именно Lightroom 6? По CC полно материалов, а по 6 не могу найти :(
     
  5. 6 и СС это одно и то же! Просто CC идет по подписке, а 6-ка будет поставляться коробками... (пока по предзаказу).
    У меня вот другая беда, поставил СС, а он банально не хочет запускаться. Судя по логам разных волшебных утилит, что-то там от души делает, но на этом все и заканчивается. Ни окна, ни сообщений... Хнык! 5-ка как работала, так и работает)
    Ох уж этот Адоб. Подожду пару дней, если не починят, буду писать в саппорт =)
     
  6. #6 48region, 21 апр 2015
    Последнее редактирование модератором: 21 апр 2015
    Сколько сейчас хотят за подписку?
    Ага, нашел. 9,99$
    А сайт теперь только на украинском открывается или это только у меня такой глюк?
     
  7. Дааа!!! Заработало!!
    Для тех, у кого молча не будет запускаться новый LR по подписке (а он не будет). Надо сделать очень неочевидную вещь
    1. Открываем CC и идем в установки. Там напротив своего имени выбираем Выход. Снова логинимся в СС.
    2. Запускаем LR и наслаждаемся)

    P.S. Перезагрузка, перезапуск СС и т.д. (равно как и перестановка всего и вся) НЕ ПОМОГУТ! Надо именно сделать Sign Out.
     
  8. О, спасибо, а то уже 2 раза перезагружал комп, и программу раза 3 переустанавливал :). Теперь тоже всё заработало.
    Честно говоря разницы в скорости работы пока не заметил, заметил только больший шум из системника при работе, вентиляторы видеокарты крутятся сильнее :)
     
    vitus нравится это.
  9. А вот что пишут на Adobe:
    Может Лайтрум научился при обработке процессор на видеокарте использовать?
     
  10. Список новых функций ну никак на новую версию не тянет (((
     
  11. Страсти какие. Все и без фокусов работает. А перезагрузка на 8,1 как раз понадобилась для установки.
    В целом изменения более слабенькие. На скорость рендеринга 1:1 вроде никак не повлияли, хотя галка поддержки GPU стоит. Келби с Арси правда говорили, что ускорения касаются модуля Develop. Хотя я там тоже особенного ускорения не заметил.
    Распознавание лиц неудобно сделано. При редактировании имени следующий из нераспозанных сразу показывается с открытым редактором для имени и если лицо не нужно дополнительные действия нужны. В общем можно лучше было сделать.
    Зум и музыка в слайдшоу меня не слишком увлекли.
    Судя по демонстрациям у Келби падает очень легко и просто, хотя он ссылался на бету, которой я в публичном доступе не видел.
    В общем посредственно довольно, но что есть то есть.
     
  12. #13 nauticus, 22 апр 2015
    Последнее редактирование модератором: 22 апр 2015
    Ну отчего же не тянет?
    [CUT=What’s New in Lightroom CC / 6.0?]
    After many weeks of rumblings and rumors, Lightroom CC/6 is finally here! Here’s the download link for the trial. If you’re a subscriber already, you can just download from the Creative Cloud app (update – it’s being a bit slow at the moment!).
    The Lightroom team have been busy, so it’s a long list. If you don’t have time to read it all right now, the highlights are marked in red.


    New cameras/lens support

    There are so many new cameras and lenses, I’ve moved them down to the bottom of the page.

    Face Recognition

    Lightroom searches your photos for things that look like faces, and displays these faces as a grid, ready for you to identify the people.
    As you start naming people, Lightroom starts recognizing their facial features and suggesting their names for other faces that look similar, so it’s ideal for tagging family and friends.
    You may read some reviews that essentially say “don’t bother”. I don’t agree. Obviously it’s not as smart as you are, and occasionally it identifies trees as people, suggests wrong names, and misses incomplete or small faces, but if you photograph friends, family and other people you might want to identify, it can save many hours of work (and it’s more fun than normal keywording).
    Lightroom has to build an index of your photos.
    It asks for permission to build the index the first time you enter People view. You can choose to index the whole catalog or just the current folder/collection.
    If you select the whole catalog and your catalog is large, the indexing will take a while and may slow down your computer while it runs.
    If you select the current source, indexing only runs on the selected source while you’re in People view, or while you have a photo open in Loupe with the Draw Face tool active.
    If you selected the current source and later want to index the whole catalog (perhaps overnight), you can turn it on by clicking the pause button in the Activity Center or by going to Catalog Settings > Automatically detect faces in all photos.
    New photos are automatically indexed while importing if you have face recognition enabled for the whole catalog.
    People View is split into Named People and Unnamed People sections.
    Access the People view via the Face icon on the toolbar, via the View menu or the O key.
    It shows all the faces that have been detected in the currently selected source.
    When you name a face, or a stack of faces, the faces move from the Unnamed People section to the Named People section.
    To add a name:
    Click under the photo and type the person’s name. Auto-complete only shows existing people’s names.
    Tip – Always use full and unique names (e.g. don’t just mark a face as Victoria in case you know more than one Victoria, and if father and son are both called John Smith, mark one as John Smith Jnr. or add some other kind of unique identifier).
    Drag & drop faces from Unnamed to Named stacks.
    Drag & drop onto name in keyword panel (but only if it’s a Person keyword)
    You can multi-select and name multiple selected faces at the same time.
    If Lightroom is confident that several faces are the same person, it groups them together into a stack so you can name them all in one go. Click the stack icon to view the contents of the stack.
    When you’ve named a few faces, Lightroom starts guessing, and you can click the checkmark to confirm the suggested name. If it’s wrong, you can remove the suggestion or just correct it.
    If you’re not sure who a person is, but you expect to find out, you can leave them in Unnamed People section or name them as Unknown so you can easily find them again later.
    If you’ll never find out who a person is, select the face region and press Delete to remove it.
    You can sort the Unnamed People section by Suggested Name, Filmstrip Order, Stack Size or Popular Names.
    Single Person View
    Double-click on a person in the Named People section to go to Single Person view.
    Person View is split into Confirmed and Similar.
    In the Similar section, it displays other faces that might be that person. Click the checkmark to confirm correct guesses.
    Click the People label in the top left corner to go back to People view or click the People icon in the toolbar.
    Loupe View & Draw Face Tool
    Double-click on a person in the Unnamed People section or any face in Single Person view to go to Loupe view.
    The Draw Face tool allows you to manually add Face regions, which is useful when LR isn’t able to detect the face.
    The icon’s found on the Toolbar in Loupe view, and the tool’s automatically selected if you enter Loupe from People view.
    Click and drag to draw a face region. Click the label above to name the person.
    Lightroom stores Faces as special keywords
    You can right-click on existing people keywords and choose Convert Keywords to Person Keywords to convert them.
    It’s worth converting existing name keywords to people keywords before you start face tagging to avoid confusion and duplicates.
    Converting normal keywords to person keywords doesn’t automatically tag the faces with that name, as there may be multiple people in the photo.
    To keep the names organized, right-click on a keyword and select Put New Person Keywords Inside This Keyword to set it as the default parent keyword for all new Person keywords.
    Face tags aren’t affected by your folder hierarchy (hence the need for full and unique names), but you can nest the people keywords inside a family name keyword to keep them organized, or enter their names as Last Name – First Name to list family members together.
    Click the disclosure triangle at the top of the Keyword panel to filter the keyword list to show All keywords, People keywords or Other keywords.
    Click the magnifying glass next to the Keyword Filter at the top of the Keyword panel to search for specific types of keywords.
    You’re in control of the privacy settings
    The indexing is done on your computer – the information is not sent to the cloud.
    The Export dialog includes a Remove Person Info checkbox which prevents the person keywords from being included on export.
    If Remove Person Info option is unchecked, the person’s name is included in the keywords and added to the Person Shown field of the IPTC metadata.
    There are lots of new keyboard shortcuts to remember:
    O toggles the People view.
    With text field inactive:
    Shift+O activates text field.
    Arrows to navigate.
    Delete key in People view will delete the selected Face region.
    S expands or collapses a selected stack in People view.
    With text field active:
    Tab goes to next photo, Shift-tab for previous.
    Enter to confirm and move to next photo.
    Delete key deletes name.
    Escape to stop editing.
    Either:
    Confirm the suggested name by using Shift + Enter.
    Hold down the Option/Alt key and scroll the mouse over a face stack to see a preview of all the faces in the stack.

    Photo Merge for HDR & Panorama

    You can now merge photos into HDR images and panoramas without needing to use other software such as Photoshop.
    This is better than using Photoshop or other software, because the resulting DNG file still has the editing flexibility of the original files, even if they were raw files.
    To use both merge options:
    You’ll find the commands under the Photo menu or right-click menu > Photo Merge > Merge to HDR or Merge to Panorama.
    Images need to be the same kind of image (raw vs. rendered) and all shot on the same camera.
    There are new presets in the Filter Presets pop-up, but they search for -Pano or -HDR which Lightroom automatically adds to the name, so be careful not to rename the files!
    If you’ve already edited the active photo, some of the settings are copied to the merged photo, but it’s easier to merge first and edit later.
    Merge to HDR
    Many photographers use the term HDR to describe a specific surreal style of editing, but think about the letters HDR… they stand for high dynamic range.
    There are two stages to the process:
    Merging multiple source files to create a single image with a much higher dynamic range. The result is an HDR file.
    Manipulating that data to compress it into a lower dynamic range suitable for viewing on a screen or print. The result is a normal photo with a specific style of editing applied.
    Most HDR software combines these two steps, allowing you to merge the files into an HDR image, apply your chosen style and output that photo with a low dynamic range.
    Lightroom splits this process into its separate stages, first merging the photos into an HDR image, and then tone-mapping this image in the Develop module before outputting the photo.
    This allows you to go back and change the look of the photo non-destructively at a later date without having to merge the original images all over again.
    As a result, there are only a few controls:
    Auto Align is worth turning on if you shot the images handheld.
    Deghost (None, Low, Medium, High) controls how carefully it looks for movement.
    Show Overlay shows which areas are being affected by the deghosting.
    Tip – You’ll get the best result with the fewest images – one for the highlights and one for the shadows. Lightroom’s method doesn’t need the images in between, and using more images increases the risk of ghosting.
    Tip – Don’t bother to use it on a single photo to make a ‘fake HDR’ as you won’t gain anything.
    The resulting files are 16-bit floating point DNG files, which can easily hold the full HDR contrast range.
    When you open the resulting image in the Develop module, the slider range is extended.
    Merge to Panorama
    Lightroom matches the photos up virtually, so you can even do multi-row panoramas to stitch a huge photo.
    Lens corrections and CA are applied automatically if a suitable profile is available.
    You can choose the method used for the merge:
    Auto – Automatically chooses between Perspective, Cylindrical and Spherical layout.
    Perspective – Designates the middle image as the reference image. The other images are transformed so that the overlapping content across the images is matched.
    Cylindrical – Reduces the “bow-tie” distortion that can occur with the Perspective layout by displaying individual images as on an unfolded cylinder. Overlapping content across files is still matched. The reference image is placed at the center. Best suited for creating wide panoramas.
    Spherical – Aligns and transforms the images as if they were for mapping the inside of a sphere. If you have taken a set of images that cover 360 degrees, use this for 360 degree panoramas. You might also use Spherical to produce nice panoramic results with other file sets.
    Tip – you’ll get the best result by allowing enough overlap when shooting and setting manual exposure.
    The resulting file can be no bigger than 512mp or 65000 px along the longest edge, whichever is smaller.
    There are keyboard shortcuts:
    Merge to HDR – Ctrl-H (on both OS)
    Merge to HDR without the dialog – Ctrl-Shift-H (on both OS)
    Merge to Panorama – Ctrl-M (on both OS)
    Merge to Panorama without the dialog – Ctrl-Shift-M (on both OS)
    Show/Hide the HDR Deghost Overlay – O
    Cycle Overlay Colors – Shift-O

    GPU acceleration for interactive image editing

    Lightroom can use the Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) to speed up interactive image editing. This provides real-time or near-time updates to the image while making adjustments in the Develop module using sliders.
    The GPU is particularly helpful when using high-resolution screens, such as 4K and 5K displays.
    Requirements
    You need to be running Windows 7 or later, or Mac OS 10.9 or later. (Note that LR CC/6 can run on Mac 10.8, but without GPU accelaration)
    The card needs to support Open GL 3.3 or later, which includes most cards from about 2010/2011 onwards.
    It doesn’t need a top-spec graphics card. If you’re buying a new one, a recent mid-range graphics card with 2GB of RAM is a great choice.
    You need to be running recent drivers, especially if you have problems. Windows Update often suggests outdated drivers – check the card manufacturer’s website instead.
    There are pros and cons:
    Interactive Performance – The biggest benefit is interactive performance in the Develop module. The preview updates much faster as you move the sliders, and tools such as the adjustment brush move much more smoothly.
    High resolution screens – The higher the resolution of the screen, the greater the improvement, so it makes a world of difference on a 4K or 5K display.
    Slower loading times – The biggest downside is it takes a little extra time to pass the data from the CPU to the GPU, so there’s a slight delay in initially the loading the photo.
    Intermittent blurring – When you zoom in, it briefly switches to a lower resolution preview before sharpening up again, which can be slightly off-putting.
    Slower Detail adjustments – The preview for sharpening, noise reduction and grain is slightly slower to update.
    Second screen lag – If you work with the Lightroom’s secondary windows open, the lag in updating is more noticeable with the GPU enabled.
    Buggy drivers – Some graphics drivers are buggy and may even crash Lightroom with the GPU enabled, so it’s important to check the manufacturer’s website and install the latest drivers. Some graphics cards have the GPU setting disabled automatically as the drivers are too unstable or the card specification is too low.
    GPU support is enabled by default, and Lightroom automatically determines whether the system’s GPU can be used to accelerate image drawing. If it can, Lightroom displays the name of your graphics card below the checkbox in Preferences. To disable it, go to the new Performance tab in Lightroom’s preferences, and uncheck the Use Graphics Processor checkbox.

    Import

    Import to a Collection
    You can now add photos to an existing collection or create a new collection in the Import or Tethering dialog, which is particularly useful for syncing to LR mobile.
    Tethering
    When shooting tethered, Lightroom now warns you if the camera battery is low, or if the camera card is full.
    Activity Center
    There’s a new Activity Center – click on the ID plate to access it.
    Current Tasks – shows progress bars individually, and allows any of them to be canceled.
    Background Operations – Sync to LR mobile, Face Recognition Indexing and Address Lookup (Reverse Geocoding).
    The Activity Center shows the progress of background tasks.
    You can pause/unpause them (perhaps because they’re slowing down the computer when you’re in a hurry).
    Right-click on the ID Plate to show these on the ID Plate too. Sync shows by default.

    Library Module

    Backup
    Catalog backups are now zipped, saving space and avoiding accidentally opening a backup.
    Backups are now faster than before.
    You can now change the Backup Frequency in the backup dialog.
    Collections Filter
    The Collection list can now be filtered in the same way that the Keyword list can be filtered.
    To access, click the “+” in the header of the Collections panel, and turn on Show Collection Filter”.
    Keyword Painter
    Easily load the Painter tool with keywords from your Keyword Sets without having to type them.
    With the Painter tool selected and set to Keywords, hold down Shift to show the Keyword Painter.
    Click on the keywords in the Keyword Painter or hold Shift and Alt while pressing the keyword number to add them to the Painter tool.
    Click on Select All to load the whole set or Clear to remove them all.
    Previews
    There’s a new standard preview size in Catalog Settings called Auto, which automatically calculates the right size previews for your monitor.
    It’s enabled by default on new catalogs. Existing catalogs aren’t changed, but can be updated in Catalog Settings.
    The Auto size previews may be bigger than the ones you’ve been using, so may be a bit slower to build and take up more space.
    Quick Develop
    You can adjust in smaller increments by holding down the Shift key while clicking the inner buttons in Quick Develop.
    Metadata
    Flag and Rating categories have been added to the Metadata filters.
    Camera + Lens and Camera + Lens Setting have been added to the Loupe Info options in the View Options dialog.
    The Camera metadata has been tidied up in the Info overlay, for example, it previously said “OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. E-M5” and now says “Olympus E-M5” followed by the serial number.

    Map Module

    Lots of changes behind the scenes to improve performance and stability.
    If you drop a photo onto the map, it now adds altitude as well as longitude/latitude.
    Reverse Geocoding has been renamed Address Lookup.

    Develop Module

    Pet Eye
    Like the Red Eye tool for people, the Pet Eye tool corrects unnatural looking eyes in animals.
    In addition to darkening bright/colored spots, it can also add a synthetic catch light.
    Graduated & Radial Filters
    You can now show Mask Overlays (e.g., red overlay) on Graduated Filters and Radial Filters.
    Filter Brush for Graduated & Radial Filters
    Previously introduced in ACR 8, you can now add to and remove from gradient or radial masks using a brush.
    Use Shift+T to toggle between filter edit mode and brush mode, or click Brush at the top of the Brush Options panel.
    Adjustment Brush
    Adjustment Brush strokes can now be repositioned by selecting and dragging Edit Pins. To revert to the previous behavior (to make adjustments to the brush’s develop adjustments) by holding Alt (Windows) / Opt (Mac) while you drag up or down.
    Draw a straight brush line by holding down Shift while clicking on the start and end points. The radius, flow, opacity and feather values are tweened between the starting and ending dot if you set them to different values.
    Spot Healing
    Spot Healing blending has improved for new spots. It doesn’t affect existing spots.
    Crop
    There’s a new Auto button in the Crop Options, which automatically levels titled horizons. You can also Shift-double-click on the “Angle” slider label.
    Lens Corrections Updates
    Lens correction panel now indicates if a photo has built-in lens correction applied. This is useful for particularly micro 4/3s and mirrorless lenses which can be automatically adjusted using opcodes.
    The built-in corrections could be any combination of geometric distortion, chromatic aberration and vignette corrections performed on the camera. If you click on the message, it tells you exactly what’s being applied.
    Soft-Proofing
    CMYK profiles can now be used for soft-proofing (but you still export as RGB).
    Other minor Develop changes
    Develop presets are no longer available in the right-click menu (due to the large number of presets some people use).
    Snapshots are now available in the right-click menu.
    History States no longer slow down Develop loading speed.

    Book

    In the Book module, photo text metadata settings will now be saved with custom pages.

    Slideshow

    Pan & Zoom – Ken Burns Effect
    You can now add a pan & zoom effect to your slideshows, also known as a Ken Burns effect.
    You can change the amount of movement.
    Music Multiple Audio Tracks & Sync Timings
    Audio settings have now moved to their own Music panel.
    You can add up to 10 music tracks to your slideshow.
    You can sync the slide transitions to the music, so it intelligently changes the fade time based on the music beats.
    Aspect Ratio Preview
    Slideshows can now be previewed at your screen aspect ratio as before, or they can be previewed at your intended output aspect ratio (either 16×9 or 4×3).
    Preview Quality
    You can pick the preview quality, depending on quickly you need to start the playback.
    Export is always done at full quality.
    Other minor UI changes
    There’s a new Music panel and the Playback panel has been rearranged.
    Manual vs. automatic slideshow are now buttons instead of a checkbox.
    Slides slider now called Slide Length.
    Fades slider now called Crossfades.
    Repeat now called Repeat Slideshow.

    Web

    Lots of changes behind the scenes to improve performance and stability.
    Flash galleries are dead and buried.
    There are 3 new responsive HTML 5 galleries (Grid, Square and Track), which means they work well with mobile web browsers as well as desktop browsers.
    Classic Gallery is the old Lightroom HMTL Gallery, which remains for legacy reasons but isn’t responsive.

    Export

    Percentage options have been added to the image resizing section of the Export dialog.
    The email shortcut on Windows has been removed (and reused for Merge to Panorama).
    Publish Services – There’s a long awaited bug fix, which stops photos being incorrectly marked as Modified when you haven’t changed them. You might need to update problem photos one more time.

    Preferences

    Separate Startup Prefs
    A few essential preferences have been moved to a separate Startup Preferences files. It remembers the last used catalog path, the recent catalog list, which catalog to load on startup and the catalog upgrade history.
    On both Windows and Mac, the new startup preference file is located here: (App Data)/Preferences/Lightroom 6 Startup Preferences.agpref
    Reset Preferences
    No more hunting through hidden files to reset preferences! Just hold down Alt-Shift (Windows) / Option-Shift (Mac) while starting Lightroom, and it’ll ask whether to reset the preferences.
    Resetting preferences at launch only clears user preferences, not startup preferences.
    High DPI
    Added 250% option to the Windows UI scaling preference.
    Thumbnail Badges
    There is now a preference to make badges in the filmstrip ignore clicks. It’s found in the Filmstrip section of the Interface tab of the Preferences.
    Background
    Removed the “Pinstripe” texture option and replaced it with a new “Darker Gray” option under Background colors.
    Removed the drop shadow behind the before/after views when GPU is enabled.
    Catalog & Preview Corruption
    There’s better error reporting in the extremely unlikely event of catalog corruption.
    Preview corruption is now fixed automatically. Just quit and restart if it tells you the preview cache is corrupted.

    Other Performance Improvements

    Import
    Convert to DNG on import is now a separate background task that runs after import. It copies the raw files as fast as possible so you can start work, then converts in the background.
    Import speed on Mac is now on par with manually copying files to a folder in Finder and then adding to Lightroom.
    Thumbnail loading performance is improved after an Import.
    It now does Smart Preview Generation, Convert to DNG and Face Detection Indexing (if enabled) in one go to improve speed.
    Export
    Export speed has been improved, and it makes better use of multiple cores so you don’t have to manually queue up multiple exports.
    Library
    Moving photos to a different folder is faster than in Lightroom 5.
    Map
    Map loads more quickly when there are thousands of pins.
    Develop
    History panel load time is improved when there’s a long list of history states for the photo.
    Image switching time is reduced when working with a large list of Develop presets (if GPU is off).
    GPU acceleration for interactive image editing (see separate listing).

    Installation

    System Requirements
    The system requirements are the same as Lightroom 5, with a couple of exceptions:
    No more 32-bit operating systems – it’s 64-bit only now.
    Mac 10.8 or later (10.9 or later for GPU support).
    OpenGL 3.3 (and DirectX 10 for Windows) capable graphics card for GPU related functionality.
    Internet connection is required for activation and internet-based services such as sync.
    New Installer, Adobe ID, Data Capture & Keychain
    On a Mac, the application is now stored inside an Adobe Lightroom folder (like Photoshop).
    An Adobe ID is now required as part of the installation process.
    When you install, it asks for permission to collect information about your workflow so help improve Lightroom. You can find out what they’d collect here: https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/desktop-app-usage-information-faq.html
    On a Mac, it may ask for permission to “use your confidential information stored in Adobe Lightroom in your keychain”. You can safely say yes – it’s just asking for access to Lightroom mobile security tokens from Lightroom 5.
    To uninstall, you MUST run the uninstaller. This is usual behavior on Windows, but Mac users will mess things up by just trashing the app.
    Activation
    Lightroom now requires online activation.
    You can have 2 machines activated at a time. If you try to log in on a 3rd machine, it asks if you want to deactivate the other machines remotely, so you don’t have to remember to deactivate or go through a nightmare phone procedure to unlock it.
    Upgrade Process
    Lightroom CC/6 upgrades your catalog format. The upgraded catalog is not backwards compatible for earlier LR versions.
    Unlike previous releases, Lightroom no longer offers to change the name/destination during upgrade, but you can change it in Explorer/Finder once you’ve closed LR.

    Support for Touch-enabled PCs

    If you have a touch-enabled PC (e.g., Microsoft Surface Pro 3), you can switch to the Touch workspace from anywhere in the app by clicking the Touch icon (only available on touch-enabled devices).
    This shows all of the same controls that are available in Lightroom mobile, plus capabilities like access to your User Created Presets and local corrections.
    Other improvements include the ability to scroll through panels, filmstrip, add flags, zoom in/out in loupe and grid.

    LR mobile 1.4 iPad

    Updates to the Crop tool focused on usability.
    “Auto Straighten” in crop. This uses Upright/Level to straighten photos by rotating them.
    TIFF support.

    LR mobile 1.1 Android

    Support for Android tablets.
    DNG support (for DNG files created on Android devices. You can take DNG photos starting with Android Lollipop).
    microSD card support.

    Where’s the book?

    It’s coming!! I’ve been working on it for the last 18 months, doing the biggest rewrite I’ve ever done, so I can’t wait for you to see it. I’m just finishing off the final design, so I expect the eBooks to be available in the next couple of weeks, with the paperback (now in color!!!!) following shortly thereafter.

    There will be a special bonus for anyone who buys in the first 24 hours, so you’ll want to make sure you’re on the Mailing List to be notified as soon as it’s available. You can sign up here.

    Even if you’ve read my previous books, you’re going to want this update. Upgrade discounts will be available for registered book owners as usual. They’ll be sent by email on release day.

    Updates for the Lightroom mobile (iPad/Android) books, free Quick Start eBook and Keyboard Shortcuts lists will also be available in the next few weeks… I just need to figure out how to clone myself. Lightroom’s Clone tool doesn’t seem to work for that!

    While I’m busy working, you can go and play! Have fun!


    New camera support

    Canon EOS 5DS
    Canon EOS 5DS R
    Canon EOS 750D (Rebel T6i, Kiss X8i)
    Canon EOS 760D (Rebel T6s, Kiss 8000D)
    Canon EOS M3
    Casio EX-ZR3500
    Fujifilm X-A2
    Fujifilm XQ2
    Hasselblad Stellar II
    Nikon D5500
    Nikon D7200
    Olympus OM-D E-M5 II
    Olympus Stylus SH-2
    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF7
    Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS50 (DMC-TZ70, DMC-TZ71)
    Samsung NX500

    New tethering support

    Canon EOS 7D Mark II
    Nikon D750

    New lens support

    Canon
    Canon EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye USM
    Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L USM
    Canon EF 24-85mm f3.5-4.5 USM
    Canon EF 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macro
    Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM
    Lomography Petzval 85mm f/2.2
    TAMRON SP 15-30mm F/2.8 Di VC USD A012E
    SIGMA 24mm F1.4 DG HSM A015
    Venus Optics 60mm f2.8 2X Ultra-Macro Lens
    DJI
    DJI Inspire 1 FC350
    Leica
    Voigtlander LTM 28mm f/1.9 Ultron Aspherical
    Voigtlander LTM 28mm f/3.5 Color Skopar
    Voigtlander LTM 35mm f/1.7 Ultron Aspherical
    Voigtlander LTM 50mm f/2 Heliar
    Voigtlander LTM 50mm f/2.5 Color Skopar
    Voigtlander LTM 50mm f/3.5 Heliar
    Voigtlander LTM 75mm f/2.5 Color Heliar
    Voigtlander LTM 90mm f/3.5 APO Lanthar
    Voigtlander VM 40mm f/2.8 Heliar
    MFT
    Voigtlander MFT 17.5mm f/0.95 Nokton Aspherical
    Voigtlander MFT 25mm f/0.95 Nokton
    Voigtlander MFT 42.5mm f/0.95 Nokton
    Nikon
    Lomography Petzval 85mm f/2.2
    Nikon AF NIKKOR 14mm f/2.8D ED
    Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 55-200mm f/4-5.6G ED VR II
    Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 300mm f/4E PF ED VR
    Nikon NIKKOR 50mm f/1.2 AIS
    TAMRON SP 15-30mm F/2.8 Di VC USD A012N
    Venus Optics 60mm f2.8 2X Ultra-Macro Lens
    Voigtlander SL II 20mm f/3.5 Color-Skopar Aspherical
    Voigtlander SL II 28mm f/2.8 Color-Skopar Aspherical
    Voigtlander SL II 58mm f/1.4 Nokton
    Pentax
    Venus Optics 60mm f2.8 2X Ultra-Macro Lens
    SIGMA 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM
    SIGMA
    dp1 Quattro (JPEG only)
    dp2 Quattro (JPEG only)
    dp3 Quattro (JPEG only)
    SIGMA 24mm F1.4 DG HSM A015
    SIGMA 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM C015
    Sony Alpha
    SIGMA 50mm F1.4 DG HSM Art Lens
    TAMRON 16-300mm F/3.5-6.3 DiII PZD MACRO AB016S
    TAMRON 28-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di PZD A010S
    TAMRON SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di USD A009S
    TAMRON SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Di USD A011S
    TAMRON SP 90mm F/2.8 Di MACRO 1:1 USD F004S
    Venus Optics 60mm f2.8 2X Ultra-Macro Lens
    Sony E
    Sony FE 24-240mm F3.5-6.3 OSS
    Sony FE 28mm F2
    Sony FE 28mm F2 + Fisheye Converter
    Sony FE 28mm F2 + Ultra Wide Converter
    Sony FE 35mm F1.4 ZA
    Sony FE 90mm F2.8 Macro G OSS
    ZY Optics Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm f0.95 Pro
    Yuneec
    CGO2gb


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  13. А встроенную склеивалку панорам и HDR никто не заметил? :eek:
     
  14. да, это одна из новых фичей. в Develop модуле появилась поддержка GPU. У меня, правда, не хочет работать... чем-то ей не нравится мой Radeon 6950...
     
  15. #16 Kuperes, 22 апр 2015
    Последнее редактирование модератором: 22 апр 2015
    Совет - вы получите лучший результат, позволяя достаточно перекрытие при съемке и ручной установки экспозиции.
    Полученный файл не может быть больше, чем 512mp или 65000 пикселей по длинной кромки, в зависимости от того, что меньше.
    Есть сочетания клавиш:
    Слияние с HDR - Ctrl-H (как на ОС)
    Слияние с HDR без диалога - Ctrl-Shift-H (как на ОС)
    Слияние Панорама - Ctrl-M

    Взял на заметку.
    Вообще, обновив LR, вижу увеличение быстродействия, отклика программы.
    Хотя возможно, это и эффект самовнушения.
    :)

    Радует, что добавлены куча камер и стёкол.
    Они же добавлены в поддержку ACR 9.0, которую то же, разумеется, обновил.
    Ну как тут не выполнить сохранение образа системы? :) Сделано!
     
  16. Проблема с Lightroom 6/CC

    Друзья! Подскажите, сталкивался ли кто-нибудь из вас с такой проблемой. Вчера Лайтрум обновился(не без танцев с бубном) до 6й версии. Всё хорошо, вот только он, этот Lightroom CC, категорически отказывается работать с равками с А99, выдавая во вкладке Develop синий прямоугольник вместо фото. При этом в остальных вкладках превью отображаются корректно. В Photoshop CC, обновленный вчера, тоже не открывается. Кто знает, в чем может быть проблема?
    P.S. ACR обновил до 9й версии, не помогло.

    Лайтрум.jpg
     
  17. Официальная лицензия оба пакета?
     
  18. Да, давно перешел на лицензию
     
  19. hippopotamus84, на СС 14.2.1 у соклубника tomber при обновлении Camera Raw до 9 версии аналогичная проблема с синим квадратом :) была. Решилась следующим образом:
     

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