Enlarge / Worry-free cloud storage, Adobe claims. (credit: Adobe)
At its Adobe MAX conference, Adobe announced a big shake-up for its Lightroom photo processing application.
The current Lightroom CC is being renamed to Lightroom Classic CC, and a new product with an old name, Lightroom CC, will take its place.
The new Lightroom CC offers most of the photo processing features of Lightroom Classic but with some key differences.
The interface is simpler, and it’s shared between both the desktop versions (for Mac and PC), the mobile versions for Android and iOS, the Apple TV version, and Lightroom CC for the Web.
It offers both a common look and feel and common capabilities across the range of platforms.
The same editing tools and interface across all your devices. (credit: Adobe)
That cross-platform consistency ties in strongly with its other, likely contentious feature: it uploads all your photos to cloud storage.
A $9.99-a-month Lightroom CC subscription—just as is already the case with Classic, the software is only offered on a subscription basis—comes with 1TB of cloud storage, with additional space available in 1, 5, and 10TB increments.
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