Adobe Lightroom Classic CC
Adobe Lightroom Classic CC
8.2.1

2.8

Adobe Lightroom Classic CC

Adobe Lightroom Classic CC

8.2.104 April 2019

Import, develop, and showcase volumes of digital images.

Adobe Lightroom Classic CC
$9.99
04 April 2019

2.8

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Adobe Lightroom Classic CC

Adobe Lightroom Classic CC

8.2.104 April 2019

Import, develop, and showcase volumes of digital images.

Overview

Adobe Lightroom Classic is available as part of Adobe Creative Cloud for as little as $9.99/month bundled with Photoshop CC as part of the photography package.

Adobe Lightroom Classic CC (was Adobe Lightroom) software helps you bring out the best in your photographs, whether you're perfecting one image, searching for ten, processing hundreds, or organizing thousands.

Create incredible images that move your audience. Experiment fearlessly with state-of-the-art nondestructive editing tools. Easily manage all your images. And showcase your work in elegant print layouts, slide shows, and Web galleries, as well as on popular photo-sharing sites. All from within one fast, intuitive application.

Student and teacher discounts are available for Creative Cloud service

Note: The downloadable file is an installer that will install the application when opened.

What's new in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC

Version 8.2.1:
  • The April 2019 release of Lightroom Classic (version 8.2.1) provides support for new cameras. For a full list of supported cameras, see Supported camera models.

Requirements for Adobe Lightroom Classic CC

  • macOS 10.12.0 or later

187 Reviews

Rate this app:

26 June 2013

Most helpful

PROS: Still feels like 'the' photo cataloger/editor app. Regular updates, consistent new features, consistent patch updates. Strong selective editing tools. Fairly fast in cataloging features. CONS: Non-mac like experience. Certain selective editing tools are slow. No mac full screen option. Feels a little bloated with (what I consider) extra modules: 'Map' & 'Web.' VERDICT: I recently reinstalled the latest Aperture 3.4.5 & Capture One 7.1.3 to test against Lightroom as I do every year or so. Aperture is simply too dated and CaptureOne is very good but still very cumbersome and very buggy. If you're new to this type of application you may want to check out both first, but ultimately Lightroom seems to be where most of the consumers land. Your best 'safe' choice is Lightroom, for now.
Like (10)
Version 5.0
03 April 2019
I am not a fan of the ridiculous subscription program. Unfortunately, Adobe follows the subscription model for all offered applications. So, what if I don't want to use Creative Cloud? That is a rhetorical question!
Like
Version 8.2.1
1 answer(s)
Meister-Fritz
03 April 2019
Now that I look at the language, the wording is deceptive. The cost is NOT to purchase the application, but CC at $9.99 per month. I do dislike subscriptions.

And then . . .
"Lightroom 8 is also available for purchase as a stand-alone app (with the cloud functionality removed) if you prefer."

I followed the link and I cannot find the standalone program. Perhaps I'm having a senior moment, but a direct link would be appreciated!
Like
21 March 2019
Like
Version 8.2
09 February 2019
Like
Version 8.1
10 November 2018
Like
Version 8.0
10 November 2018
Like
Version 8.0
26 April 2018
Like
Version 7.3.1
11 March 2018
Over the years I have heard complaints about Adobe. In my opinion they have not been honest about their software development, they have used their position in the software world to force users into junk products, they hide updates and make it hard to manage the software. The renting software is the worst. I finally decided to get rid of every Adobe product I had earlier this year. I moved to onOne Photo RAW 2018 (on1 Photo) and it has worked well for me. The company is user driven. Future development is driven by suggestions from users and the suggestions with the most votes get included in the program. No hiding updates or keeping what is under development a secret. I finally have a path to follow. There is always a learning curve with software and I have finally found an image processor that I don't have to relearn every time the developer goes off on a tangent. Lightroom was always second best to Apple Aperture and it has not become any better. Splitting the program in to Lightroom and Lightroom Classic is a recipe for the Lightroom Classic owners to get screwed just like the Stand-A-Lone Lightroom users did. I was one of those users. My suggestion is to stop searching for updates that the continue to hide and bite the bullet. You may go through some frustration learning new software but believe me once you distance yourself from Adobe's crap you will be better off.
Like (7)
Version 7.1
1 answer(s)
Meister-Fritz
03 April 2019
Agreed . . . I do not want any subscription programs.
Like
23 February 2018
Like
Version 7.1
03 January 2018
Like
Version 7.1
20 December 2017
Version 6.14 which is the last standalone version that will be released by Adobe is now available to download here : https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb/lightroom-downloads.html?red=a&tduid=9d22b37ed97afd8bf88444ea2925a83f&url=https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb/lightroom-downloads.html
Like
Version 7.1
2 answer(s)
Zx81
02 January 2018
Thanks for the link, but the install does not work (I have the standalone 6.12)
I have tried several times with no luck ; I get a message the install failed.
Like
siamlotus
03 January 2018
This may be of some help : https://www.lightroomforums.net/threads/update-failed.33650/print May be necessary to reinstall or first install 6.13 before the 6.14 update.
Like
$9.99

2.8

Category:

Graphics and Design

Photography

Developer Website:
DownloadPurchase nowMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 417,935 times

$9.99

2.8

Category:

Graphics and Design

Photography

Developer Website:
DownloadPurchase nowMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 417,935 times

Don't like new MacUpdate? Back to old design.

187 Reviews

Rate this app:

26 June 2013

Most helpful

PROS: Still feels like 'the' photo cataloger/editor app. Regular updates, consistent new features, consistent patch updates. Strong selective editing tools. Fairly fast in cataloging features. CONS: Non-mac like experience. Certain selective editing tools are slow. No mac full screen option. Feels a little bloated with (what I consider) extra modules: 'Map' & 'Web.' VERDICT: I recently reinstalled the latest Aperture 3.4.5 & Capture One 7.1.3 to test against Lightroom as I do every year or so. Aperture is simply too dated and CaptureOne is very good but still very cumbersome and very buggy. If you're new to this type of application you may want to check out both first, but ultimately Lightroom seems to be where most of the consumers land. Your best 'safe' choice is Lightroom, for now.
Like (10)
Version 5.0
03 April 2019
I am not a fan of the ridiculous subscription program. Unfortunately, Adobe follows the subscription model for all offered applications. So, what if I don't want to use Creative Cloud? That is a rhetorical question!
Like
Version 8.2.1
1 answer(s)
Meister-Fritz
03 April 2019
Now that I look at the language, the wording is deceptive. The cost is NOT to purchase the application, but CC at $9.99 per month. I do dislike subscriptions.

And then . . .
"Lightroom 8 is also available for purchase as a stand-alone app (with the cloud functionality removed) if you prefer."

I followed the link and I cannot find the standalone program. Perhaps I'm having a senior moment, but a direct link would be appreciated!
Like
21 March 2019
Like
Version 8.2
09 February 2019
Like
Version 8.1
10 November 2018
Like
Version 8.0
10 November 2018
Like
Version 8.0
26 April 2018
Like
Version 7.3.1
11 March 2018
Over the years I have heard complaints about Adobe. In my opinion they have not been honest about their software development, they have used their position in the software world to force users into junk products, they hide updates and make it hard to manage the software. The renting software is the worst. I finally decided to get rid of every Adobe product I had earlier this year. I moved to onOne Photo RAW 2018 (on1 Photo) and it has worked well for me. The company is user driven. Future development is driven by suggestions from users and the suggestions with the most votes get included in the program. No hiding updates or keeping what is under development a secret. I finally have a path to follow. There is always a learning curve with software and I have finally found an image processor that I don't have to relearn every time the developer goes off on a tangent. Lightroom was always second best to Apple Aperture and it has not become any better. Splitting the program in to Lightroom and Lightroom Classic is a recipe for the Lightroom Classic owners to get screwed just like the Stand-A-Lone Lightroom users did. I was one of those users. My suggestion is to stop searching for updates that the continue to hide and bite the bullet. You may go through some frustration learning new software but believe me once you distance yourself from Adobe's crap you will be better off.
Like (7)
Version 7.1
1 answer(s)
Meister-Fritz
03 April 2019
Agreed . . . I do not want any subscription programs.
Like
23 February 2018
Like
Version 7.1
03 January 2018
Like
Version 7.1
20 December 2017
Version 6.14 which is the last standalone version that will be released by Adobe is now available to download here : https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb/lightroom-downloads.html?red=a&tduid=9d22b37ed97afd8bf88444ea2925a83f&url=https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb/lightroom-downloads.html
Like
Version 7.1
2 answer(s)
Zx81
02 January 2018
Thanks for the link, but the install does not work (I have the standalone 6.12)
I have tried several times with no luck ; I get a message the install failed.
Like
siamlotus
03 January 2018
This may be of some help : https://www.lightroomforums.net/threads/update-failed.33650/print May be necessary to reinstall or first install 6.13 before the 6.14 update.
Like