Lightroom Classic 11.2 has been released today. There are a couple of extra features, as well as performance improvements, bug fixes and new camera/lens support. The entire Lightroom Cloud ecosystem has also been updated.
Update – New confirmed bugs in 11.2…
- Keywords created since upgrading to 11.2 are not coming up as auto complete suggestions
- Publish Collection stalling
You can now open and close the Masking panel without creating a new Mask using a new shortcut – Shift-W.
Also, if you select the mask in the Mask panel, you can move the whole mask by holding Ctrl (Windows) / Cmd (Mac) while dragging one of the mask pins.
Photoshop Elements 2022
Migration from Photoshop Elements 2022 is now supported.
The Multitasking improvements added in 11.0 but removed for Windows in 11.1 have now been fixed and are back in 11.2.
New camera support:
- Sony Xperia PRO-1
Click to view the full list of supported cameras
New lens correction support:
- Sony Mobile
- Sony Xperia PRO-1 Front Camera
- Sony Xperia PRO-1 Telephoto Camera
- Sony Xperia PRO-1 Ultrawide Camera
- Sony Xperia PRO-1 Wide Camera
Click here for the full list of available Adobe Lens Profiles
There are a number of bug fixes, but Adobe only publishes the ones that were reported by users:
- Text truncation in Color Range Masking
- GPS Coordinates not copying to other photos
- Slideshow: Lightroom crashes when audio added
- Slideshow: reporting MP3 files as ‘Not Well Formed’
- Crash or fail when launching Lightroom if Apple Airplay is playing to HomePod Mini
- Select Sky and Select Subject metadata should be excluded when exporting to jpg with ‘All Metadata’ selected
- Temperature slider in opposite direction for video files
- Map module: ‘Set All To The Same GPS Coordinates’ fails to move pins
- SDK Programmers Guide text updated
- Metadata missing on Video file on M1 Mac
- Canon R5 Direct Import via Cable on Mac shows previews too small to evaluate
If you find another bug, click here to learn how to report it to Adobe.
How do I update?
To update, go to Help menu > Updates or click the Update button in the CC app. The update servers take a while to push the updates around the world, to avoid overloading the servers. You can also open the Creative Cloud app, click Update on the left, then click the … icon (top right) and Check for Updates to give it a nudge.
Lightroom Classic book
The eBooks for Adobe Lightroom Classic – The Missing FAQ are already updated for these changes, and can be downloaded immediately after purchasing. If you already have a current Lightroom Classic Premium Membership, the updated eBooks are available for download in your Members Area.