Adobe Lightroom Serial Number Archives

Adobe Lightroom Serial Number Archives

Adobe Lightroom Serial Number Archives

Adobe Lightroom Serial Number Archives

Adobe Lightroom

Photo editing and management software

Adobe Lightroom (officially Adobe Photoshop Lightroom) is a family of image organization and image manipulation software developed by Adobe Systems for Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, and tvOS (Apple TV). It allows importing/saving, viewing, organizing, tagging, editing, and sharing large numbers of digital images.[4] Unlike Photoshop, Lightroom's edits are always non-destructive by keeping the original image and the edits applied to it saved separately. Despite sharing its name with Adobe Photoshop, it cannot perform many Photoshop functions such as doctoring (adding, removing or altering the appearance of individual image items), rendering text or 3D objects on images, or modifying individual video frames. Lightroom is not a file manager like Adobe Bridge. It cannot operate on files unless they are imported into its database first, and only in recognized image formats.

Initially, Adobe Lightroom was one product only. But as of 2017, it has become a family of products consisting of Lightroom Classic, Lightroom (desktop), and Lightroom Mobile. While similar, these two products have significant differences, mainly in how they store images and interact with Adobe's cloud storage offering, and in feature parity.


Lightroom Classic [5]is focused on the following workflow steps:

Similar in concept to the 'Organizer' in Adobe Photoshop Elements and other image organizers, this module imports and exports images, creates image collections, organizes images by their metadata, and adds ratings to them. Library is the gateway into Lightroom.
Supports non-destructive editing of images en masse. This module is more for retouching, i.e., enhancing and improving digital photographs, including changing color balance, improving tone, removing red-eye effect, sharpening, reducing noise, cropping, straightening or converting to black-and-white. It cannot create or edit non-photographic images (such as drawings, symbols, line arts or diagrams or maps), or render text or 3D objects. It has very limited photo doctoring features. TIFF, JPEG, PSD (Photoshop), PNG, CMYK (edited in RGB color space) and raw image formats are supported.[6] It has several standard presets for color correction or effects, and supports sharing custom presets online. Another often used feature in the Develop module is the ability to synchronize edits from one selected photo to the whole selection.
Added in Lightroom 4, it facilitates geographically organizing photos based on embedded or manually added geolocation data (since end of 2018 this is no longer supported for up to Lightroom CC 2015.x / Lightroom 6.x).[7]
Added in Lightroom 4, it allows creating photobooks.
Allows creating slideshows from any number of photos, to which music or a background can be added.
Prints images. Printing parameters such as layout and orientation can be adjusted.
Creates a web gallery for website owners. Several templates to influence layout are available.

Tethered Capture Support for many popular Nikon and Canon DSLRs.[8]


Lightroom release timeline

In 1999, veteran Photoshop developer Mark Hamburg began a new project, code-named Shadowland (a reference to the 1988 KD Lang music album of same name[9]). Hamburg contacted Andrei Herasimchuk, former interface designer for the Adobe Creative Suite, to start the project.[10] It was an intentional departure from many of Adobe's established conventions. Forty percent of Photoshop Lightroom is written in the scripting language Lua. In 2002, Hamburg left the Photoshop project and in fall of the same year he sent a first experimental software sample, name PixelToy, to his former teammate Jeff Schewe for review; in 2003, Hamburg presented Schewe a first version of Shadowland in a very early UI version.[9] After a few years of research by Hamburg, Herasimchuk, Sandy Alves (the former interface designer on the Photoshop team), and Grace Kim (a product researcher at Adobe), the Shadowland project accelerated around 2004. However, Herasimchuk chose to leave Adobe Systems at that time to start a Silicon Valley design company. Hamburg then chose Phil Clevenger, a former associate of Kai Krause, to design a new look for the application.[10]

Photoshop Lightroom's developers work mostly in Minnesota, comprising the team that had already created the program Adobe ImageReady. Troy Gaul, Melissa Gaul, and the rest of their crew (reportedly known as the "Minnesota Phats"[11]), with Hamburg, developed the architecture behind the application. George Jardine was the product manager.[10]

Beta development[edit]

On January 9, 2006, an early version of Photoshop Lightroom, formerly named only Lightroom, was released to the public as a Macintosh-only public beta, on the Adobe Labs website. This was the first Adobe product released to the general public for feedback during its development. This method was later used in developing Adobe Photoshop CS3.

On June 26, 2006, Adobe announced that it had acquired the technology of Pixmantec, developers of the Rawshooter image processing software.[12]

Further beta releases followed. Notable releases included Beta 3 on July 18, 2006, which added support for Microsoft Windows systems. On September 25, 2006, Beta 4 was released, which saw the program merged into the Photoshop product range, followed by a minor update on October 19, which was released as Beta 4.1.

Version 1.0[edit]

On January 29, 2007, Adobe announced that Lightroom would ship on February 19, 2007, list priced at $299 US, £199 UK.

Lightroom v1.x is not updated when an upgrade to v2 is installed; a new serial number is needed.

Version 2.0[edit]

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2.0 Beta was advertised in official emails from Adobe in April 2008. New features included:

  • Localized corrections: edit specific parts of an image
  • Improved organization tools
  • Multiple monitor support
  • Flexible printing options
  • 64-bit support

The official release of Lightroom v2 was on July 29, 2008, along with the release of Adobe Camera Raw v4.5 and DNG Converter 4.5. Adobe added DNG Camera Profiling to both releases. This technology allows custom camera colour profiles, or looks, to be created and saved by users. It also allows profiles matching the creative styles built into cameras to be replicated. Adobe released a full set of such Camera Profiles for Nikon and Canon models, along with basic Standard Profiles for all supported makes and models, through Adobe Labs, at the same time as the Lightroom v2 release. This technology is open to all programs compliant with the DNG file format standard.

Version 3.0[edit]

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.0 beta was released on October 22, 2009. New features included:[13]

  • New chroma noise reduction
  • Improved sharpening tool
  • New import pseudo module
  • Watermarking
  • Grain
  • Publish services
  • Custom package for print

On March 23, 2010, Adobe released a second beta, which added the following features:

  • New luminance noise reduction
  • Tethered shooting for selected Nikon and Canon cameras
  • Basic video file support
  • Point curve

Although not included in any beta release, version 3 also contains built-in lens correction and perspective control.[14]

The final version was released on June 8, 2010 with no major new functions added. It had all the features included in the betas, added the lens corrections and perspective transformations, and a few more improvements and performance optimizations.

Version 4.0[edit]

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.0 was officially released on March 5, 2012 after being available in beta format since January 10, 2012.[15] It does not support Windows XP. New features included:

  • Highlight and shadow recovery to bring out detail in dark shadows and bright highlights
  • Photo book creation with templates[16]
  • Location-based organization to find and group images by location, assign locations to images, and display data from GPS-enabled cameras
  • White balance brush to refine and adjust white balance in specific areas of images
  • Added local editing controls to adjust noise reduction and remove moiré in targeted areas
  • Extended video support to organize, view, and make adjustments and edits to video clips
  • Video publishing tools to edit and share video clips on Facebook and Flickr
  • Soft proofing to preview images when printed with color-managed printers
  • Email from within Lightroom

Version 5.0[edit]

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5.0 was officially released on June 9, 2013 after being available in beta format since April 15, 2013.[17] The program needs Mac OS X 10.7 or later, or Windows 7 or 8. Some of the changes include:

  • Radial gradient to highlight an elliptical area
  • Advanced healing-cloning brush to brush the spot removal tool over an area
  • Smart previews to allow working with offline images
  • The ability to save custom layouts in the Book module
  • Support of PNG files
  • Support of video files in slideshows
  • Various other updates, including automatic perspective correction and enhancements to smart collections

An update to Version 5, 5.4 allows syncing a collection to Lightroom Mobile App released for iPad on April 8, 2014.

Version 6.0[edit]

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC 2015 (version 6.0) was officially released on April 21, 2015.[18] The program needs OS X 10.8 or later, or Windows 7 or 8. It is the first release of Lightroom to only support 64-bit operating systems. New features include:

  • HDR Merge
  • Panorama Merge
  • Performance improvements, GPU acceleration
  • Facial recognition
  • Advanced video slideshows
  • Filter Brush

Lightroom 6.7 increased the minimum version of macOS required to OS X 10.10.[19]

Apple TV[edit]

On July 26, 2016, Adobe launched Lightroom on Apple TV, a means of displaying photographs on a large screen using Apple's network appliance and entertainment device.[20]

Development branches[edit]

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic CC (unofficially: version 7.0) was officially released on October 18, 2017. It is the first version of Lightroom that is not available with a perpetual license (one-time purchase price); instead, it must be licensed through a monthly subscription model, with the fee initially set at US$9.99/month. Once the user stops paying the monthly fee, the program will be limited to viewing existing catalogs, without the ability to apply further changes to images.

Adobe Lightroom CC is the new online cloud-based version of Adobe's Lightroom application and can be installed alongside Lightroom Classic CC. It is included in the same US$9.99/month photography plan, but has limited editing features in comparison to Lightroom Classic CC. It can be installed on desktops, laptops, iPad and mobile. Lightroom CC has the ability to sync developed photos easily between a laptop, iPad and mobile devices, which is the major difference between both applications.[21] Its user interface is also more similar to that of Adobe's mobile version of the applications.

Adobe Lightroom Classic CC[edit]

This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it.(May 2020)
  • Version 9.3 (June 16, 2020; 2 months ago (2020-06-16)) [22]

In June 2020, Adobe released an update to Lightroom Classic, with improved features. These features were focused on Performance Improvements, UI Improvements, Local Hue Adjustment, ISO Adaptive Presets, Centered Crop Overlay, New Default Presets, and New Camera and Lens Support.

With the new Local Hue Adjustment feature, one can now make subtle tweaks to a specific hue in only a localized region your image, without that change applying to the entire image .[23]

Adobe Lightroom CC[edit]

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  • Version 3.3 (June 16, 2020; 2 months ago (2020-06-16)) [24]

Market share[edit]

According to 2009 statistics from research company InfoTrends, released by Adobe Systems product manager John Nack, of the 1,045 North American professional photographers who were interviewed, 37.0% used Lightroom, 6.3% used Aperture, and 57.9% used the Photoshop Camera Raw plug-in. Of Macintosh users, 44.4% used Lightroom and 12.5% used Aperture.[25]

See also[edit]


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  2. ^"Lightroom Classic CC system requirements". Retrieved 2019-03-16.
  3. ^"Lightroom CC system requirements". Retrieved 2019-03-16.
  4. ^What is Lightroom
  5. ^
  6. ^"Supported file formats in Lightroom".
  7. ^"Map view not available in the Map module".
  8. ^"Light Room 3 now supports tethered capture for Nikon D7000". Blog[permanent dead link]
  9. ^ abThe Digital Negative, Book by Jeff Schewe
  10. ^ abcJeff Schewe (January 9, 2006). "The Shadowland/Lightroom Development Story". Archived from the original on 11 January 2006. Retrieved 2006-01-09.
  11. ^Jeff Schewe (January 9, 2006). "Announcing Adobe Lightroom". Archived from the original on 29 September 2007. Retrieved 2007-09-29.
  12. ^Adobe (June 26, 2006). "Adobe buys RawShooter engine". Retrieved 2010-08-23.
  13. ^"Lightroom 3 Beta announced". October 22, 2009. Retrieved 2013-06-25.
  14. ^"Preview of Lens Correction Solution for Camera Raw 6 and Lightroom 3".
  15. ^"Lightroom 4 beta now available".
  16. ^"Another lay out for an Amazon Kindle Photo eBook using only Lightroom 4". Blog[permanent dead link]
  17. ^"Lightroom 5 now available".
  18. ^"Adobe – Creative Cloud Photography update".
  19. ^"Lightroom CC 2015.7 now available", Adobe Systems, 20 September2016.
  20. ^Jacob Kastrenakes, The Verge. "Adobe launches Lightroom for Apple TV." July 26, 2016. August 8, 2016.
  21. ^"Difference between Adobe Lightroom Classic CC and Lightroom CC". November 17, 2017. Retrieved 2018-01-11.
  22. ^"Keep Lightroom up to date".
  23. ^"Adobe Lightroom vs. Lightroom Classic". Elopement Presets. Retrieved August 17, 2020.
  24. ^"Keep Lightroom up to date".
  25. ^

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Yojimbo 1.5 Release Notes

This page documents all feature additions, modifications and bug fixes included in the Yojimbo 1.5 update.

For information on changes made in previous versions of Yojimbo, please see the release notes archive.

You can access Yojimbo’s online help by choosing “Yojimbo Help” from the Help menu.


  • Images and icons are now first class citizens. Please do not try to replace iPhoto, Aperture, or Lightroom with Yojimbo: You’ll make us cry.

Yojimbo’s image support can help you keep track of your favorite Basic Instructions strip, custom icons, desktop patterns, and so forth. It is not a place to dump all your RAW images in the hope that they’ll sync between machines (and in fact RAW images are explicitly not supported).

  • Greatly improved performance while searching and filtering.
  • Software update checking is now built-in, with optional auto-installation of the new version.
  • Support for using F16-F19 as hot keys when using Apple’s new aluminum keyboards. (Due to OS limitations, the menu bar will not display text labels for these keys.)
  • Tags are now available for searching via Spotlight.
  • Additional fields for bookmarks, web archives and serial numbers are now indexed by the Spotlight importer.
  • “Flag” and “Label” are now available as toolbar items in standalone editor windows (which present a toolbar).

These buttons are not shown by default, but you can add them via the “Customize Toolbar…” command.


  • The add/remove scripting verbs now accept a list of specifiers as the direct parameter (in addition to a single specifier, as in previous releases).
  • Yojimbo now prevents you from running more than one copy of the application concurrently.
  • Changes to the sync schema corresponding to the performance rework.
Note: If sync threshold warnings are enabled in iSync, you may be prompted to sync a large number of items. This is normal.
  • Yojimbo now uses the default keychain search path when searching for your Yojimbo password, so can find it in case you’ve manually relocated it to a keychain other than your default keychain.
  • Reworked the import mechanism to reliably identify items that Yojimbo can import.
  • Updated (better) rules for deciding whether to keep an extension or discard it when generating an item name from a file name in the file importer.
  • Added a “Zoom to Fit” command to the View menu and contextual menu.
  • Reorganized the View menu to reflect that some commands are no longer PDF-specific.
  • The “Inspect” toolbar button has been renamed to “Inspector”. This is more consistent with the standard of “Colors” and “Fonts”, as well as being consistent with usage in Apple applications.
  • When trying to read a URL name from the pasteboard, Yojimbo now looks for the proprietary/non-standard type that Mozilla-based browsers emit in addition to the standard types.
  • Yojimbo metadata stubs are now identifiable both by their UTType as well as a field in the metadata dictionary.
  • Launching Yojimbo again after its demo period has ended will now remove its PDF workflow entry, sync registration, and metadata cache files.


  • Fixed a bug which caused “” scripting to fail on Leopard, erroneously reporting an error and stopping before applying properties.
  • Fixed a bug in which the scroll offset was not restored after committing edits before save when running on Leopard.
  • Adjustments so that the Drop Dock and Find panel work appropriately in a Spaces environment.
  • Input to the Tags field is now normalized; this avoids a problem on Leopard where tags might end up being created with leading whitespace (depending on your typing style).
  • Fixed a problem where some previously stored notes would be redisplayed in Helvetica-12 when running on Leopard.
  • Fixed a bug where “Remove Formatting” would change the display font back to Helvetica-12 when running on Leopard instead of the default note font.
  • The “Default note font” applies to newly created notes. Changing the default note font will no longer affect notes already stored. (This was a side effect of the bug above.)
  • The PDF Workflow now has the correct name in the PDF menu in the Print dialog when running on Leopard.
  • Fixed bugs in the interpretation of pasteboard text as a URL. If the text began with valid URL scheme characters followed by a colon, it was sometimes incorrectly interpreted as a URL. In other situations, valid URLs, like mailto:, were not interpreted as URLs.
  • Fixed a bug where displaying the “Editor Defaults” preference pane would crash if the default editor font was no longer available.
  • Conditional removal of several workarounds for issues fixed in later OS versions.
  • Fixed a bug where the ‘add’ verb allowed you to add items to a folder collection which were in the trash. Items must first be moved back to the library before they can be added to folder collections.
  • Reworked the way in which managed object context changes are merged, particularly for the case of deleted objects. This fixes a bug which could cause refresh syncs to create duplicate and orphaned objects.
  • Fixed a bug in the Labels preference module where clicking on a color swatch for a label while another was already the color panel target could result in the color being applied to the wrong label.
  • Fixed a bug where a refresh sync could cause the tags list in the Preferences window to go blank.
  • Fixed a typo in the sdef (“import” →“export”).
  • Fixed a bug where “Select All” was enabled for the items list even when it was empty.
  • Worked around an AppKit bug where performing a “Select All” when an empty collection was selected in the collections list could cause the application to hang.
  • Fixed a bug where using the contextual menu item “Show Inspector” would sometimes leave the inspector window targeting the previous selection.
  • Fixed a bug where canceling an export could result in a crash.



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