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Adobe Lightroom Gets New Advanced Colour Grading Feature

Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, and Camera Raw are getting a new advanced colour grading feature. The tool is more commonly in use for video and cinema editing and now will be available for photography.

 

Lightroom will also be getting a new colour grading panel. The new grading panel will be similar to the Lumetri panel from Adobe’s Premiere Pro video editor. This will allow its users to separate midtones from shadows and highlights with a new three-wheel system. In addition, it will also get a global luminance wheel and a blending slider.

 

The feature allows users to select a point around the color wheel and drag it to pick a preferable hue and then adjust the saturation levels by dragging the center of the wheel in and out.

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Here is a YouTube video below, briefly showing the new tool that is coming to Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, and Camera Raw.

 

 

Adobe hasn’t revealed, for now, when the new colour grading features will be available. However, in the video above, Pei Ketron of Adobe’s Lightroom team says they’ll reveal more information at the company’s virtual Adobe Max conference beginning on 20th October 2020. The conference is to last for three days and ends on 22nd October 2020.

 

The conference will be fully virtual, hardly surprising given the pandemic. Adobe will pack the three days with luminary speakers, special guest appearances, musical performances, global collaborative art projects, and 350+ sessions.

 

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