New Options for Lightroom

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Hello Adobe.
Many photographers from around the world, their photos processed in Lightroom 80%.
Especially if we shoot from about 2000 photos, weekly.
Then I had some important tips for Loghtroom:
1. White balance - local, ex. people and not necessarily for the location.
2. White balance - skin. Especially for at least four types of leather, 1 - American Skin, 2 - European Skin, 3 - Asian Skin, 4 - African Skin, etc..
3. When loaded in Lightroom, RAW files from Canon CR2, not add them red, but rather to correct them.
4. To eliminate hot pixels on the sensor DSLR, red, blue, white. And those dead pixels.
5. It can synchronize thousands of photos depending on time of devices, eg. Three devices.
6. Filter by ISO, or exposure, or diaphragm.
I thank you for your attention,

www.adriangojan.com
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