At this point in time, many Adobe Photoshop users are still not aware of the benefits and advantages of Lightroom, a non-destructive tool which aims to provide assistance to professional photographers. In fact, people were saying that Lightroom is just a mere replacement of Photoshop. Basically, this kind of misconception is not true since Photoshop is a unique program and no one can ever replace its features and services.


In this article, we will highlight the three reasons why you should start using Adobe Lightroom for your images. The program has the ability to:

Process RAW and Jpeg Files Quickly

Before Lightroom was developed, photographers and other artists were searching for a better tool that will help them save time in processing, viewing and organizing RAW and JPEG files. Adobe Lightroom has a lot of smart ways to convert and organize these files into one catalogue file.

Here’s a video on how to install Lightroom presets on Mac and PC:

Add Keywords and Metadata

As we all know, keywords can help us save a lot of time in finding specific images. Lightroom is a great tool to create unique keywords for every collection. Other well-known programs has this keyword features, however, Lightroom does better in adding and keeping keyword files.

Locate files Using Built in Google Maps

Basically, this unique feature of Lightroom was first introduced in Lightroom 4 and it offer several ways of locating images easily by using their built in Google map software. So, if you have a GPS device in your mobile devices, this will automatically save the location in the Map module in Lightroom’s interface.

Adobe Lightroom has a lot to offer. Aside from the fact that it helps you save a lot of time in modifying images by using Landscape and seascape workflow, it can also do other things such as organizing thousands of images in one location, creating of video and photo presentation, adding of keywords and sharing images online.

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