Adobe Lightroom has long been considered the best post-processing software available. Out of the best photo editing programs, it remains a top contender. In recent years, Adobe has split its main program into two versions – Lightroom Classic, and Lightroom CC. Lightroom Classic is the traditional version that is only available on desktop computers. Furthermore,
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