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Photoshop Lightroom Classic
Lightroom Classic is an upgrade of lightroom that is a subclass of the features that Photoshop offers. It is a photo editing software that is friendly to both beginners in photography and professional photographers. Many are still confused on whether using photoshop is advantageous than using lightroom classic. Depending on your needs, you might find one software more beneficial than the other, but before opting for one, it would be best to understand how both work and finally decide which suits your editing requirements more.
Lightroom Classic has a catalog system that helps organize and categorize every photo imported to this software. If you have many photos to organize, it can be frustrating and time-consuming to sort them out. Lightroom classic's organization tools like keywords, star ratings, and color labels simplify the work for you. It is also a non-destructive editing software meaning that you only adjust previews of the original image. When you save the edits, it creates a new file for the edited changes instead of permanently changing the original image. If you have synced your photos and built smart previews, you don't need to walk around with the hard drive containing your photos to work on Lightroom classic; you can access your photos any time. Other than photo editing, you can also use this software for saturation, noise reduction, vibrance, black and white conversions, to name a few.
On the other hand, photoshop is also a good photo editor, and more than that, it can create an image from scratch using various sources or multiple images. Photoshop has limitless possibilities that outdo lightroom features. Among these possibilities is retouching; photoshop allows you to do advanced retouching like changing the size, height, and shape of a person. You can also use layers, masking, warping, and distortion in photoshop. What's more, you can remove blemishes, small objects, and even whiten teeth better in Photoshop than Lightroom classic.
Both software are very effective in photo editing; you don't have to rule out one of them completely for good; besides, there is no harm in using both of them for one project. You have to look at the project needs and decide which software works best.