Small-scale software updates at a high frequency are the new normal. With that being said, naturally, it’s easy to overlook some of the changes that come with each rapid-fire update. Take a few minutes to familiarize with what’s been updated in Lightroom Classic CC version 7.5.
In this the latest update to Lightroom, Adobe has placed some attention on the presentation of presets. Love or hate them, presets are a huge focus for many existing desktop and mobile Lightroom users.
Those of you who feel the need to order or arrange items to your liking will enjoy the latest update of the preset panel. Now, they are set up in a more logical way, borrowing from what Lightroom expert Kloskowski terms in his video as "clusters," which themselves were just recently introduced a few months back in an update to the profiles panel. Keeping this design language uniform is a good call on Adobe’s part. As fairly modest of a design change as this is, it does help to add some organization to what was before basically just a vertical list of preset titles with little to break them up. Combining that with the built-in ability to easily manage and hide the presets that appear within Lightroom makes this worthwhile.
Other improvements include importing of presets, new book styles, Facebook publish service changes, and more, which are covered by Kloskowski in his video above.