7 Reasons to Use Lightroom

1Adobe Lightroom has showed great improvement since its first release in 2006. They also became the best photo organizer and processor these past few years. People like using it because it has the ability to view, retouch and organize large number of raw images. However, there are still some people who are not familiar with lightroom.

In this article, we will talk about why you need to use adobe lightroom.  Basically, adobe lightroom is/has:

Intended for Professional Photographers

It does not mean that Photoshop is already out of the picture. Lightroom was originally created for photographers to help them in saving more time in editing images. Lightroom has the capacity to edit massive raw images in just one click. In addition, this tool has a lot of extra features such as disk space, graphics and presets for lightroom.

Lighter compared to Photoshop’s processing requirements

Adobe lightroom runs perfectly fine on laptops and other low-end gadgets. It is easier to download than photoshop since it has lower processing requirements.

Superb photo editing management

Again, lightroom can edit large numbers of images in one click. It can also import, duplicate and convert files in any format. In other words, adobe created this tool to simplify the editing process of all photographers.

A lot of wonderful presets

Adobe decided to create different versions of presets to help photographers with their work since they will just have to work on minor adjustments. Presets are like instagram filters; you can play with it until you find the best preset. Presets can also be applied to multiple images in just a few clicks.

Perfect for conversions

While photoshop has some minor issues regarding conversions, lightroom can convert images to and from different format since it has great raw processing routines.

More affordable compared to other photo editing tool

Adobe decided to sell lightroom in the most affordable price. They want to reach out to those photographers with tight budget or those who can’t afford expensive tools.

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