Adobe Lightroom Classic 7.2 and ACR 10.2 released (Photoshop 19.1.1 update pulled out because of error?)


Adobe released several new updates today:

The current Adobe CC plan rates can be found here. You can get a free Lightroom CC trial on this page (no credit card required). More information on the different Lightroom versions is available here. The different Adobe Creative Cloud options are described here.

Update - list of new lens profiles added:

Manufacturer Lens Lens mount Lightroom/Camera Raw version profile added
Canon Canon EF 85mm f/1.4L IS USM Canon 7.2/10.2
Leica Leica NOCTILUX-M 75mm f/1.25 ASPH. Leica M 7.2/10.2
Leica THAMBAR-M 90mm f/2.2 Leica M 7.2/10.2
Rokinon Rokinon SP 14mm f/2.4 Canon 7.2/10.2
Rokinon SP 85mm f/1.2 Canon 7.2/10.2
Sony Sony E 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 OSS Sony E 7.2/10.2
Tamron TAMRON 100-400mm F4.5-6.3 Di VC USD A035 Canon, Nikon 7.2/10.2
TAMRON 100-400mm F4.5-6.3 Di VC USD A035 x1.4 Canon, Nikon 7.2/10.2
TAMRON 100-400mm F4.5-6.3 Di VC USD A035 x2.0 Canon, Nikon 7.2/10.2
Zeiss Zeiss Milvus 1.4/25 ZE Canon 7.2/10.2
Zeiss Milvus 1.4/25 ZF.2 Nikon 7.2/10.2

Via PhotoRumors

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  • tjholowaychuk

    I can’t even open photoshop on OSX anymore it crashes immediately hahahah, Adobe is a mess lately

    • I think it is the latest update – they pulled it out.

    • Stiksi

      Lightroom has also been very unstable for a couple years now.

      • 2blueherring3

        Quite the statement. I am a power user of Lightroom, have been since LR3, and have never experienced any stability issues whatsoever. How has it been unstable for you?

        • Stiksi

          It crashes all the time. I’ve stopped using LR to import from cameras because it crashes so often in the import dialog and instead, go through Image Capture, which is rock solid. I’ve also stopped using it to move files, because that has resulted in data loss. But it still crashes every day. No, resets and reinstalls don’t work and the computers are not unstable with other apps. You can consider yourself lucky. Look at the forums, I’m not alone.

          • 2blueherring3

            Oh I read about it in the forums for sure. Just wonder how much of it is people parroting other people’s supposed bad experience and how much of it is real and empirical. Maybe it is different on my Mac but all the adobe products are solid as a rock for me.

            • Just Me

              Agree except for Acrobat Pro. What a POS!

            • 2blueherring3

              Don’t use that one. Will take your word for it!

          • Vinnypimages

            If you don’t import how can you use lightroom at all?

            • Stiksi

              From cameras. Crashes much less when importing from hd.

            • Vinnypimages

              Ah I see makes sense. I have never tried to import from a camera. I have imported from cards many times in the past with no issues. I have a slightly different workflow now.

      • ipdouglas

        U state a TRUTH that irrevocable! Only an idiot would counter this or what is known on the internet as an Adobe Flunky

    • AuxFawkes

      OSX? lol get a real operating system.

      • Rudi

        what do you think is a real operating system? Don’t tell me linux as it is just another unix derivat. And w$ndows is no more than a program loader.

  • Still rely on CS5 and will keep it running for as long as I can 🙂 moved to C1 from Lightroom forever 🙂

    • TurtleCat

      Virtual machines are the best way to do that.

  • Wedding_Shooter

    Anyone confirm any improvements in LR 7.2 vs 7?

    • gnome

      Yes, huge difference in speed when opening images (I haven’t tried importing any new images yet). I only have a laptop with a quad core i7-7700HQ and GTX1050.

      • John Turner

        Agreed, much quicker.

        • 2blueherring3

          ditto.

    • Tom Co

      Noticeably faster on merge for panoramas and import. I have a not particularly high spec PC but with 12GB ram.

  • Art

    Just updated to 19.1.1 on a Mac High Sierra MBP and all seems to be working.

  • gnome

    I updated to PS 19.1.1 while it was available. No problems so far…

    • John Turner

      Same here on Windows and its fine.

  • ipdouglas

    Lol at 2blueherring3 …. starts his spiel with ‘I am a power User’ well u undermined your voracity with that. Then U state how late U started with LR …LR3 lol.
    If you do NOT KNOW that LR has been unstable AND VERY SLOW then u are a paid ADOBE flunky and your opinions are worth nought. What an idiot.

    • Vinnypimages

      Slow is relative, its always going to be slower than I would want. I run Capture 1, Photo mechanic and the Adobe suite (Including) Lightroom. There is no question Photo mechanic is by far the quickest, Lightroom was very close in performance to capture 1 but it was doing far more. With the improvements, I think it’s quicker overall now.
      I never found Lightroom unstable, as such, but I did suffer the slowing down during a longer session which could almost bring it to and standstill . Whether to use C1 or Lightroom has always been about the starting point for a quick edit rather than reliability or performance.
      Since Lightroom 7.1 I have hardly used capture 1. If I am in a hurry the AI Auto is a scarily good starting point.

      • ipdouglas

        I agree Vinny slow is relative and will be very individual with different machines and specifications. Nonetheless Adobe Forums have been JAMMED full with complaints for a couple of years at least and these forums are heavily abridged (censored) so you only get to see part of the issue.
        Additionally Adobe forums are strongly (Corporately) managed by Adobe flunkies that I assume get some forum of privileged benefits (payment) so are not wholly trustworthy.
        Adobes market power is near total and as they say ‘Power Corrupts and Total Power corrupts totally’

  • It s a nice decent improvement on my PC system. Develop module and moving between images seems a lot faster.
    They have fixed the annoying memory leak that would gradually slow you to a crawl when editing 1000+ images. So really happy.

    Saying that, this sort of optimization should have come a long time ago..

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