If you follow the Adobe world you’ll know that Adobe releases what they call a “dot” update to Lightroom every 2-3 months or so. These updates are usually meant to take care of new camera and lens profile updates that come in to the market between those months, but they also sneak some new features in just about every time.
This week (mid February 2020) Adobe released one of those updates and we are now on Lightroom 9.2. In this video I’ll share what’s new in this version. We’ll talk about how to set raw default settings for your photos, PSB or large file support, GPU enhancements, and greater support for multiple computer screens. Enjoy!