For Photoshop CC, there’s an updated Select Subject tool with fresh algorithms to help recognize what’s being selected and fine-tune appropriately. In particular, the tool recognizes when a person is being selected and more accurately selects the person’s hair and other fine details.
There are various enhancements and new features that affect Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic CC, and/or Camera Raw. The new Local Hue adjustment, which is applicable to all three programs, allows you to adjust the color in select areas of an image. The new ISO Adaptive Presets, found in Lightroom Classic and Camera Raw, allows a single preset to apply different edit settings to different photos depending on their ISO.
The new Versions feature, which applies to Lightroom CC (both desktop and mobile), allows you to create and edit multiple versions of the same image without having to duplicate the file. RAW defaults, which is also available only in Lightroom CC, allows you to automatically apply the image processing parameters that you chose in-camera by default—rather than applying the Adobe Color Profile to every RAW image.
The Lightroom Classic update also brings performance improvements, resulting in smoother scrolling through your library, searching and filtering collections, and scrubbing sliders in the Develop module. Camera Raw fans will also appreciate the more Lightroom-like interface and feature set.
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