Today Adobe announced updates to the suite of Lightroom products. Notable in the update is the new "Auto" adjust and I have tested it out and the results are pretty darn good. Here's what Adobe had to say:
"Auto has been completely reworked to create better results, every time. Using an advanced neural network powered by Adobe Sensei, our artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning platform, the new Auto Settings creates a better photo by analyzing your photo and comparing to tens of thousands of professionally edited photos to create a beautiful, pleasing image. The new Auto is available ecosystem wide, including in Lightroom CC, Lightroom CC for iOS, Lightroom CC for Android, Lightroom CC on the web, Lightroom Classic, and Adobe Camera Raw (ACR)."
Also updated for Lightroom Classic CC is the Color Range Masking Tool. Adobe has made it easier to remove sample points. You can remove a sample point by holding down the Alt (Win) or Option (Mac) key while using your mouse to select the sample point.
There were some other minor updates and one "BIG" update to Lightroom CC (not Lightroom Classic CC - don't get them confused they aren't the same - not even close...yet). And the update is the addition of the Tone Curve!! Now if you've used Lightroom at all in the past you know that the Tone Curve has been a staple of the program for years! And that is a perfect example of why I won't be doing training on Lightroom CC - it is WAAAYY behind Lightroom Classic CC.
Ok. That's all I've got for now. Let me know of any questions you have in the comments below or shoot me a message.