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'''Adobe Photoshop Lightoom''', sometimes shortened to '''Adobe Lightroom''', is a post-production photo editing and viewing program from [[Adobe]].
 
'''Adobe Photoshop Lightoom''', sometimes shortened to '''Adobe Lightroom''', is a post-production photo editing and viewing program from [[Adobe]].
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==Development history==
 
==Development history==
 
Mark Hamburg was a senior engineer on the [[Adobe Photoshop]] team who eventually became the software architect. However, Hamburg left the team after [[Photoshop 7.0]] shipped in April 2002. He resumed work on a project which he started in 1999 with a different approach to image editing, and developed a database that could store parameters for non-destructive image editing. In October 2002, he sent a prototype called "PixelToy" to former colleague Jeff Schewe for evaluation. In December 2002, Hamburg invited Photoshop co-creator [[Thomas Knoll]] to brainstorm as part of a team at Schewe's studio, briefly calling the project "SchewePaint". The resulting concept was called "Shadowland" and had an early version of its user interface by 2003.<ref name="tdn-schewe">[https://ptgmedia.pearsoncmg.com/images/9780134033174/samplepages/9780134033174.pdf The Genesis of Lightroom] (PDF) by Jeff Schewe, ''The Digital Negative: Raw Image Processing in Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop'', p.41-44. Peachpit Press. 2016.</ref><ref name="pshof-jeffschewe2006">[http://www.photoshophalloffame.com/jeff-schewe Jeff Schewe is a photographer, Photoshop author and educator], Photoshop Hall of Fame. 2006.</ref><ref name="photoshopnews-shadowland-lightroom">[https://photoshopnews.com/2006/01/09/the-shadowlandlightroom-development-story/ The Shadowland/Lightroom Development Story] by Jeff Schewe, Photoshop News. 2006-01-09.</ref>
 
Mark Hamburg was a senior engineer on the [[Adobe Photoshop]] team who eventually became the software architect. However, Hamburg left the team after [[Photoshop 7.0]] shipped in April 2002. He resumed work on a project which he started in 1999 with a different approach to image editing, and developed a database that could store parameters for non-destructive image editing. In October 2002, he sent a prototype called "PixelToy" to former colleague Jeff Schewe for evaluation. In December 2002, Hamburg invited Photoshop co-creator [[Thomas Knoll]] to brainstorm as part of a team at Schewe's studio, briefly calling the project "SchewePaint". The resulting concept was called "Shadowland" and had an early version of its user interface by 2003.<ref name="tdn-schewe">[https://ptgmedia.pearsoncmg.com/images/9780134033174/samplepages/9780134033174.pdf The Genesis of Lightroom] (PDF) by Jeff Schewe, ''The Digital Negative: Raw Image Processing in Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop'', p.41-44. Peachpit Press. 2016.</ref><ref name="pshof-jeffschewe2006">[http://www.photoshophalloffame.com/jeff-schewe Jeff Schewe is a photographer, Photoshop author and educator], Photoshop Hall of Fame. 2006.</ref><ref name="photoshopnews-shadowland-lightroom">[https://photoshopnews.com/2006/01/09/the-shadowlandlightroom-development-story/ The Shadowland/Lightroom Development Story] by Jeff Schewe, Photoshop News. 2006-01-09.</ref>
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Lightroom Classic CC - Full Tutorial for Beginners 2019 version|
 
Lightroom Classic CC - Full Tutorial for Beginners 2019 version|
 
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==References==
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==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 07:46, 21 December 2020

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Adobe Photoshop Lightoom, sometimes shortened to Adobe Lightroom, is a post-production photo editing and viewing program from Adobe.

Development history

Mark Hamburg was a senior engineer on the Adobe Photoshop team who eventually became the software architect. However, Hamburg left the team after Photoshop 7.0 shipped in April 2002. He resumed work on a project which he started in 1999 with a different approach to image editing, and developed a database that could store parameters for non-destructive image editing. In October 2002, he sent a prototype called "PixelToy" to former colleague Jeff Schewe for evaluation. In December 2002, Hamburg invited Photoshop co-creator Thomas Knoll to brainstorm as part of a team at Schewe's studio, briefly calling the project "SchewePaint". The resulting concept was called "Shadowland" and had an early version of its user interface by 2003.[1][2][3]

On January 9, 2006, Adobe released the first public beta of "Lightroom" for Mac OS X. On July 18, 2006, Beta 3 was released for Windows.[4] The state of Minnesota was home to most of the Lightroom developers, which included Troy and Melissa Gaul, who previously worked on Adobe ImageReady.[3]

Video gallery

References

  1. The Genesis of Lightroom (PDF) by Jeff Schewe, The Digital Negative: Raw Image Processing in Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop, p.41-44. Peachpit Press. 2016.
  2. Jeff Schewe is a photographer, Photoshop author and educator, Photoshop Hall of Fame. 2006.
  3. 3.0 3.1 The Shadowland/Lightroom Development Story by Jeff Schewe, Photoshop News. 2006-01-09.
  4. The History of Adobe Lightroom Beta and it’s Features by Color Expert Admin, Color Experts International, Inc. 2012-07-25.

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