May, 2019: Lightroom (mobile) is now Lightroom 2.3, Lightroom Classic CC is now Lightroom Classic 8.3 and ACR is 11.3.
The big new feature is texture. This enables us to soften skin, hair and other things by moving the slider to the left.
We can also enhance texture and details in photos by moving the slider to the right. I have to say, this is a killer feature that I’ll be using a lot. When you use clarity, it also affects shadows and contrast. The Texture slider just effects details in the medium frequencies in the image. (High frequency is fine details, low frequency is the smooth areas in a photo). All of this and more is explained and demonstrated in my video.
What do you think of this change? Let me know! Also check out my comprehensive Lightroom Classic training.
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