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Lightroom CC 2015.3 and Lightroom 6.3 are now available on Adobe.com. The goal of this release is to provide additional camera raw support, lens profile support and address bugs that were introduced in previous releases of Lightroom. This release also restores the Import experience available prior to Lightroom 6.2. Thank you for all your feedback and passion for Lightroom.
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Jake, it’s far from being an inability to handle change – valuable functionality was removed on the 6.2 import dialog (auto-eject card, move images, preview of filename, visibility of filenames, and much more) which seriously affected the workflow of established users who had been using these options since the very early versions of LR. While it’s understandable that Adobe would want to try and simplify certain aspects, in this instance they went too far. Perhaps you’ve not seen the main thread on this issue? Far from being “easy to manipulate”, I applaud Adobe’s decision to undo their previous work and revert to the original dialog. There are surely few corporations of comparable size who will listen and act on their customers’ complaints – this is a Very Good Thing and a welcome move away from the “you’ll have what we give you” approach of others – Mozilla (Australis interface on Firefox) and MS (ribbon interface), I’m scowling at you. Lightroom 6.3 is off to a great start—not.
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The downloaded patch installer won’t work with my copy of Lightroom 6.1.1. I downgraded from 6.2 because it was so yucky. Do I have to upgrade to 6.2 again in order to get the 6.3 patch to work?
It would be nice if they told us such things. Better would be a complete install of 6.3 instead of a patch. But, obviously that’s too much to ask.
So, Adobe, add insult to injury while you’re at it. The bad PR rolls on as the development team still can’t seem to get out of it’s own way. @ ProDesignTools: One of the recommendations worked for me, though the thread was a bit confusing. I uninstalled Lightroom 6.1.1—fortunately Lightroom comes with an uninstaller. Though the uninstaller did not actually remove the app.
I had to do that manually. Anyway, after reinstalling Lightroom 6, I was able to apply the Lightroom 6.3 patch. Thanks for the tip. And, voila!, the old import dialog has returned, complete with the small check marks we never knew we loved until they were replaced with that hideously large, image obscuring version. I don’t know what other people are talking about here—why they still appear to see them. Likewise the old Copy as DNG, Copy, Move, Add import options have been restored, as have the File Handling choices like Don’t Import Suspected Duplicates. Unfortunately, one thing that remains from the 6.2.x version is the instability.
The import dialog has frozen on me twice now in the space of half an hour of testing. This is not cool. There is still work to do, then, before the engineers—or management—even think about more feature enhancements. We deserve to have the bugs worked out of products we’ve paid for first. Perhaps the Creative Cloud model has made them careless because it makes it so easy to introduce new features without fixing the old ones.
Think again people. In fact, if this instability persists, I will again revert to Lightroom 6.1.1. I don’t know what changes in version 6.3 make it worth living with that instability for any length of time. Nor does withholding features from the stand-alone version of Lightroom endear them to users. If CC does not have sufficient appeal without such ill humored gimmicks, that should tell Adobe something about their software leasing scheme. In fact, this latest cock-up with version 6.2 is more than enough reason for anyone to avoid Lightroom CC if they haven’t bought into it yet, and to abandon it at the end of this year’s lease if they have one.
These, along with other problems, were foreseen by critics when Adobe introduced the Creative Cloud. That so many of the dire predictions have proven to be valid should be a warning to users if not to Adobe itself. Adobe should be rethinking more than a few things, as should their customers. I’ve tried it () and unfortunatly it’s not working for me. Features are missing or worse than in Lightroom. (My Blog is in german – maybe you can get the idea with a translation tool.) @B. Jeffersion Le Blanc “Can’t affor it”?!?
It’s somewhere around 250 Bucks w/taxes and i would LOVE to pay that if it works better for me than Lightroom. If you cannot afford that, then i assume you are not earning money with photography? Maybe put aside some money for a little longer and consider higher Software-Prices Adobe Lightroom was once more expensive too – And it was fast and solid.
Now it’s relative cheap in price and stability 🙁. @ Boris: My income and my budget are none of your business.
Capture One Pro is $299 in the States. That said, it’s interesting to read that you find it inadequate, even at that price.
What I know of the app is that it is more complex than Lightroom and takes a technical, even scientific approach to Photo processing. In my experience Lightroom has always been (the import dialog excepted) relatively easy to use, no doubt because I spent years with Photoshop before starting up with Lightroom. I’ve also taken the trouble to read Scott Kelby’s books on the program, which have been no end of helpful.
I’ve had no reason to even consider an alternative to Lightroom until recently. And for that I would be more likely to try Affinity Photo (), which is far less expensive than even Capture One Express. At my age, however, I’m less inclined to take up a new application than I once was, so I’ve been waiting and hoping for Adobe to restore Lightroom to it’s past utility and stability. At this point they have the utility back; stability, unfortunately, remains a problem. I have LR 6.1.1 on Mac, it is showing that there are no updates available.
Trying to instal 6.3 patch will tell me that it failed with U44M2P28. According I have to reinstall LR. Dear Adobe guys, I am using Mac to not face the same crappy issue as on Windows and I will not reinstall LR every time there is an update. If you are not able to fix your update mechanism, then sorry, I will stick with LR 6.1.1 and will not buy any upgrade anymore.
It is annoying how the quality of the LR is going down with each release. Boris, I had the same issue. Reinstalling Lightroom 6 was not a problem, however—there is even an uninstaller in the Lightroom folder, though you may have to remove the app manually even after running the uninstaller, as I had to do. You can find every version of Lightroom 6 at suggest everyone bookmark that page. Finding updates or even upgrades for the standalone version of Lightroom on the Adobe site is a pain and a half.
All they care about is pushing the Creative Cloud. If you don’t use it, to Adobe you’re less than a second class citizen. Download Lightroom 6 and the 6.3 patch.
You can skip the intervening updates. The whole process will take you little more than half an hour. Autodesk Inventor Fusion For Mac Free Download.
That said, Lightroom 6.3 is most notable for restoring the import dialog. However, I find it to be more unstable than Lightroom 6.1.1. Unless there are other features or fixes in the update that address issues you’ve been having, sticking with 6.1.1 should not be a problem for the time being.