Verdict: 4 stars Where is Adobe actually going with Lightroom CC? Its cloud-based storage is convenient, but locks you into Adobe’s expensive storage subscription, and even now it lacks some of the features of Lightroom Classic CC with no clear sign it will ever fully catch up. And yet its stripped back interface and all-your-images-editable-everywhere approach is definitely quite compelling.
A kind of ‘virtual’ container for photographs you want to keep together. When you use an album (or ‘collection’) in photo editing software, it keeps the images together without actually moving them on your hard disk.
Albums are a key feature of image organising software like Lightroom (Adobe calls albums 'Collections'), Capture One, ON1 Photo RAW, Exposure X and Luminar.
I don’t really like Lightroom folders and collections, or at least the way they (don’t) work together in Lightroom Classic CC. Quite often, you can be browsing photos in a collection and wish you could quickly see the rest of the pictures in the same folder. Or you might be looking at pictures in a […]