Adobe has announced that Lightroom CC 2015.2 and Lightroom 6.2
become now available for update. Update applies to both
subscription-based Lightroom CC and a standalone Lightroom 6.
Lightroom CC subscribers are getting a new feature that is only
available on Lightroom CC (not Lightroom 6) – Dehaze as a local
adjustment in the Adjustment Brush, Graduated Filter, and Radial
New features that are available in both Lightroom CC and
Lightroom 6 are:
- Tethered shooting support for Leica M Monochromw
- Improvements to merging HDR images
- Improvements to blending Panoramas
- Redesigned import process to make importing easier for new users
- New Lens Profiles
- Support for new cameras
- Bug fixes
Before you go and update, a few things for you to know.
There have been some reports about update creating frequent
crashes on a Mac (any Mac version). Also, there seem to be some
performance issues on both Windows and Mac.
If your Lightroom keeps crashing after an update you may want to
try to reset your Lightroom preferences as this may help.
If you notice Lightroom being slow when working with images,
what you can try is to disable Add Photos screen feature in