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The next step is to locate the software installation file. This can be found by searching for the folder that you copy to. You will need to open the folder and locate the.exe file. If you are using a Mac, you can search for the.exe file by opening the Finder or Finder window and then typing the file name into the search bar. After you have opened the file, close it and then open the folder that you copied the software to. Then, locate the.exe file and open it. This will launch the installation process. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation process.







I bought the “Snapseed Essentials Bundle” from the web store. It includes the Snapseed app from Google for iOS (I am using an iPhone X), several of the filters and adjustments available for standalone purchase, and a web browser extension. I bought that after trying to figure out how to use Snapseed after the MacWorld Keynote ended. At least how I understand it, you can use the filter and adjustment features within the program, as with Photoshop.

For those who are most likely to stick with the old version, 16.2 is the last version of Camera RAW included in Lightroom. Adobe plans to replace Camera RAW with Lightroom in the future. Here is a list of all features that weren’t ported over from Camera RAW 16.2 to Lightroom in the new version:

  • It’s now possible to open RAW files directly from Lightroom. Previously the creation of a copy of the original file was required.
  • The new version appears to be smoother and faster.
  • Quality Match fails to work properly in most situations. It might be worth rating quality manually sometimes. The quality rating will only be applied to the RAW file and not the DNG file.
  • The histogram is zoomable in the new version, it will let you see how your exposure changed from one point to another. You can zoom in either vertically or horizontally.
  • In Grid display mode, you can now have multiple grids which displays different modes and profiles. This will enable grid previews in the LR 5 Open Dialog box.
  • Every shot from your camera will now save a new ‘Custom’ profile, which was previously only available on images exported from older versions of Camera RAW.

Make a Smart Object Layer Base: Create a Smart Object Layer by Right-clicking on your Layer and choose Create > Smart Object. To assign a different name to the Layer, click on the Layer name, the name appears at the left end of the Layer name row just below the ‘Layer Styles’ column. Once the Smart Object Layer is created, select the Smart Object Layer, by clicking on it.

Set Layer Style: By clicking on the Smart-Object Layer, you get the option to set the Layer Style for that layer. For example, if you want to change the Smart-Object Layer’s color or the order of the features in the Layer Style, click on the Layer Style name against the Layer Name row. You will get the color picker box, where you can choose different colors for the Smart Object Layer. Click and tap on the order of the available features on you Layer Style to change the order.

Create a Group: The layers that you have created in your document can be organized under one or more groups. These groups also provide a folder-like organization for the layers while you work with those layers. Into each Group, you can place one or more layers into an organization that you like. So you can create a group for each of your photo editing projects. You can rearrange the order of the layers within the groups to organize your work. By default, the Smart Object Layer will belong into its own Group with a name of ‘Layer 1’. To change the name of the Smart Object Layer, click on the name and/or icon that appears in the header bar of the Layer Style:


You can now easily replace any object in an image, for example, a person’s face. When you choose the Replace Objects command, the new tool instantly finds and replaces the face. You can even further refine it by choosing a specific face and mouth. E shooting lenses will see a brand new feature that make camera adjustments in-place. Just change your focus, aperture or shutter-speed in the Camera Properties panel and notice immediate changes to your image in-place.

With a few simple clicks of paint or pen, you can quickly create filters, retouch or remove elements from any layer in a document. The layer-based paint tools let you continue to add new elements to each layer. Simply duplicate a layer and apply an even more unique paint or edit to the multiple layers.

Another new feature for Elements users is darkroom-style easy printing. Elements now allows you to quickly set up the print layout and color options for your output—kind of like the tools you’d expect to find in a darkroom. And, as with printing, you can also use the built-in editing tools to play around with the colors and blacks in your image before you print.

Up to eight different image adjustments in any combination can be applied to a single image—and if you’re not sure what effect you want, you can use the built-in HTML5 app that emulates your desktop environment and offers a live preview.