One of the biggest complaints many of us photographers have towards Lightroom, is its slow performance when doing basic tasks, such as image culling or using specific tools when editing photos.
It looks like Adobe is beginning to address some of the complaints, specifically when it comes to image editing with the latest Lightroom Classic and Adobe Camera RAW updates. The LR Classic 8.4 and ACR 8.4 now gain the ability to use the power of your graphics card for editing images. While LR Classic previously already had support for some GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) acceleration, it was mostly beneficial for image playback when using high resolution screens. When it comes to editing images, only some of the tools were GPU-accelerated, such as Crop & Straighten, Graduated and Radial…
This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by Nasim Mansurov
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