Enhance and perfect your photography anywhere.

With Lightroom, your photography goes where you go. Organize, edit, and share your photos from anywhere — on your computer, on the web, on your iPad and on your iPhone or Android devices. It's all your photography. All in one place.

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Your best shots. Made even better.

Your photos don't always match the scene the way you remember it. But with Lightroom, you have all the tools to you need to bring out the best in your photography. Punch up colors, make dull-looking shots vibrant, remove distracting objects and straighten skewed shots. Plus, the latest release includes powerful new ways to adjust atmospheric haze, create incredible HDR images and panoramas, import and edit faster and so much more.
Use a simple slider to remove haze from your images, or add haze to create an artistic effect.
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Combine the darkest and lightest areas from a series of images of the same scene to make a single HDR photo.
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Easily find photos of family and friends.
The Lightroom for mobile app lets you capture, organize, edit and share your photos on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device.
LR web: organize, edit, share
With Lightroom on the web, you can now make edits right in your browser in addition to organizing and sharing your images.


Get Lightroom plus Photoshop with the Creative Cloud Photography plan.

The best way to get Lightroom is with the Creative Cloud Photography plan. It includes Lightroom for desktop, mobile and web, plus the latest version of Adobe Photoshop CC and new mobile apps like Photoshop Fix. It's the perfect plan for photographers — all for just 11.69 €/mo.

Make something now.

See how you can get the most out of Lightroom. With how-to videos and tutorials for everyone from beginners to pros, you’ll sharpen your skills and master new techniques — fast.

Make the switch to the Creative Cloud Photography plan.

Whether you’re upgrading from Photoshop Elements or switching from Aperture or iPhoto, it’s easy to make a smooth transition to the Creative Cloud Photography plan. You can quickly import your Aperture photo libraries and Photoshop Elements catalogs right into Lightroom.