Shooting breathtaking images is only the beginning. Serious photographers know that you also need effective ways to manage, enhance, and share your images without cutting into your shooting time.
Adobe offers two powerful solutions for photographers. Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® software delivers what you need to efficiently organize, perfect, and share your images. For projects that demand detailed, pixel-level editing or compositing, use Adobe Photoshop CS6 software for even more precision and control. Tight roundtrip integration makes it easy to send an image from Lightroom to Photoshop and back.
To take your photography in new creative directions, handle the most complex projects, or meet any client request, use Lightroom and Photoshop together for the most complete photography solution.
Lightroom provides a full range of digital photography tools in one fast, intuitive application. Organize, perfect, and share your images using powerfully efficient one-click tools and features, as well as leading-edge advanced controls.
Photoshop delivers breakthrough capabilities to help you create images with impact. Perform pixel-level edits, create multi-layer composites, make complex selections, remove any image element and see the space fill in almost magically, and more.
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