How to buy or upgrade to Lightroom 6 standalone version

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lightroom 6 standalone upgrade

Select the Upgrade instead of the Full version to get the discounted price

Lightroom 6 comes in two flavours: there’s Lightroom CC, the subscription-based version that also comes with Photoshop, for just £100-£114 a year depending on where you buy; and a ‘standalone’ perpetual version that you buy once and can use forever, but you only get essential updates until the next major release.

If you need Photoshop as well the Creative Cloud for Photographers is actually a great deal as it includes fully updated versions of both Lightroom and Photoshop, and you can get a full year of Creative Cloud for Photographers for just $120 or £100 at Amazon, but if you need to stop paying the subscription you’ll be locked out of Lightroom’s Develop module.

So if you’re looking to stay updated on the Standalone version, you might be looking for the option to purchase an update to the latest version of Lightroom 6, especially as you get a small discount for updating an older official version. But Adobe makes it quite hard to find Photoshop Lightroom 6 Standalone on their website so here’s how to find it, and also where to buy the full version on Amazon.

Ordering Lightroom 6 Standalone from Amazon

Amazon sells Lightroom 6 Standalone as the full product (not the upgrade) both as a download and a disc, for pretty much the same price as you can get the full product on

Click here to order Lightroom 6 Standalone from Amazon

How to find Lightroom 6 Standalone on

Here’s the direct link to Adobe’s Products page – when the page loads just scroll down to Photoshop Lightroom to order the Standalone version. If you need the Upgrade price simply switch from Full, and then select the Lightroom version you’re upgrading from:

Click here for Lightroom Standalone from

How to upgrade Lightroom CC Demo to Lightroom Standalone

The other thing to be aware of is that the demo is now only available branded as Lightroom CC, but don’t worry, you can still upgrade the Lightroom CC Demo to a fully licensed Lightroom Standalone. Simply download and use the Lightroom CC demo as normal, ignoring any CC features included (such as sync, etc – they won’t be available if you switch to Standalone). Then when you’re ready to upgrade from Lightroom CC demo to Lightroom Standalone, simply follow Adobe’s official instructions, which I’ve copied below:

1. Launch Lightroom and select: Help > Sign Out (YOUR_EMAIL_ADDRESS)
(Important: When you sign out of Lightroom the Creative Cloud desktop app may open and ask you to sign in again. DO NOT sign in to the Creative Cloud desktop app.)

2. Relaunch Lightroom. Click [Sign In Now]. If you sign in with an Adobe ID that has an active Creative Cloud membership associated with it, you will NOT see the serial # screen as it will activate with your Creative Cloud account. Just head over to the Adobe instructions page where they’ve got more info about mixed licensing situations.

3. Click [License This Software]

4. Enter your serial #, then click [Next].

Note: If you’re upgrading from a prior version, have your prior version serial number handy to enter as part of the activation process. If you’ve lost your box and/or serial number – or can’t remember prior version serial number – sign into your account to view your registered product serial numbers. If you didn’t register your product, but you still have Lightroom installed and licensed, you can retrieve your serial # from the following location:


/Users/[your user name]/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Lightroom/Lightroom 5.0 Registration

Note: You may need to access hidden user library files in OS X 10.7 or later:


C:\[your user name]\Program Data\Adobe\Lighroom\Lightroom 5.0 Registration
Note: On Windows it will have the extension .LRREG

5. After licensing your software with your serial number, Lightroom 6 will launch!

How to use Dehaze on Lightroom 6 Standalone

One of the ways Adobe makes Lightroom CC more tempting is by withholding feature updates from Lightroom 6 Standalone. They do this by invoking a tax law that prohibits them from adding new features to a sold product *after* the quarter in which it’s released, a rule that doesn’t apply to subscriptions.

Adobe conveniently wasn’t ready to add the ‘Dehaze’ feature until right after the quarter in which they released LR 6 had ended, and therefore LR 6.1 doesn’t include the feature whereas Lightroom CC does.

But if you’d like an incredibly easy way to use Dehaze in LR 6.1, read on!

106 Comments on “How to buy or upgrade to Lightroom 6 standalone version”

  1. Hi, many thanks for the help on your site, like you I struggled but could not find the solution just got the Adobe error page.

    1. Those darn pesky Adobe people and their Creative Cloud redirection shenanigans! ;) Happy to be of help!

  2. Adobe force us in the UK to the UK site, and adding the LR6 to the cart in the UK site doesn’t provide the upgrade dropdown. Looks like I’ll be sticking with 5.7 for a while then!

    1. Hi Paul, sorry you’re having trouble! I’m in the UK too and used this precise method to get my copy of LR6. I think you just need to make sure you’re logged in, and using the correct region, BEFORE you click the footer link. Simply make sure you’re on the UK Adobe site first, then click the Products link in the footer, next to the ‘Change region’ option. I just double-checked and this definitely works.

      Or, try this link: :)

    1. To be fair, if you have to Google how to buy something, the people selling it aren’t doing a very good job! ;)

  3. Thanks for this, Adobe have great products, but have terrible customer service, spent 5 hours on the phone to them trying to upgrade my companies software once

  4. Thanks for the pointers, I was struggling finding that. Adobe are pushing the CC too hard for my liking. Trouble is they make great software but are moving towards an unappealing business model (IMHO).

    1. I think Creative Cloud is probably a fantastic deal if you want Photoshop too. Or if you can make really great productive use of the cloud features. But if you just need Lightroom it’s not a great deal at all, you end up paying more than twice as much as you would have for just a bi-annual standalone upgrade of LR.

  5. Hi Owen, found the links ok but before I press the buy button what do actually get?. Previously I had CD/DVD to get to LR V4. I loaded onto desktop and laptop ok. Can I still do multiple devices with V6 download?.

    Any info appreciated.



    1. Hey Paul, if you have your serial number for your older versions you can get a bit of a discount when you go through to the cart by selecting Upgrade instead of Full, then selecting the version you’re upgrading from. You’ll need your old serials when you validate your new copy. I have LR6 installed on my iMac and MBP fine. I’m sure you get at least two installs. Maybe more, would have to google that one!

  6. Hi, do you know if you can still get standalone Lr 6? I am following your brilliant instructions but only coming up with Lightroom CC…..
    Thanks for any pointers.

    1. Hi Lucy, you can indeed. Perhaps my links have changed, I’ll check. Are you logged in or out? I’ve just checked this, and when I’m logged out I can get to LR6 standalone this way:
      1 – go to on a desktop or laptop and make sure you’re logged out
      2 – scroll to the very bottom and click on the tiny text in the footer that says Products
      3 – look for Photoshop Lightroom on the list of products and it should be around $149.
      4 – click Buy and it might show you a choice of Standalone and CC, just click through to Buy the Standalone.
      5 – select Full or Upgrade, and buy buy buy :)

      Just tried it (without the actual buying it bit), works here!

  7. I’ve just manage to purchase the upgrade to Version 6 but when I log into my account to download it, it only gives the option of downloading the multiple language version, not the English version that I purchased. Has this happened to anyone else?

    1. I think there only is that version. It doesn’t really matter so long as you have it in English when it loads :)

  8. Thanks for publishing how to get LR6 update. Adobe really do not want people to find it.
    I have no need, Interest, desire, iPhone or tablet to want a CC version. I will be looking for an alternative to LR if Adobe continue with this stupid policy.
    I got the multiple language version too.

  9. Thanks for the info Owen, tried to get this and failed until I read your post, it is downloading as I write this. It works folks, they could’ve made life a little easier to access this (upgrade from 5-6) thanks again

  10. Many Thanks Owen…like others I was almost tearing my hair (what’s left of it!) trying to download the standalone version. I followed your instructions and…Voila!

  11. Will LR6 last for two years? I’ve only recently bought LR5 so don’t know the upgrade timescales. Because LR6 has the raw tethering for my Sony DSC-RX100iv it looks like I’m forced to upgrade at a UK cost equivalent of $91(£59). Now that’s a pain.

    1. Actually LR releases don’t really follow a pattern. I suppose it sort of roughly-ish averages out to about 18-24 months apart, but that doesn’t sound so pithy. ;)

      I take it LR5 didn’t receive any updates adding raw tethering for your camera when LR6 came out? Sometimes legacy versions do get small updates for stuff like that. Otherwise, yeah you’ll need to upgrade if you want something only LR6 has. If you use LR a lot and can handle the new version, the upgrade price for standalone isn’t so bad. If you bought LR5 full price very recently, maybe contact Adobe support and see if there’s anything they can do for you? Worth a shot!

  12. Hi I have downloaded LR6 upgrade no problems they sent me the key separately when I put this in it says cannot verifi this key code contact customer services spent 2 hrs on that the had no idear just messing me around I have a mac with 10.95 and LR5.7 running I needed LR6 for the raw for my lumix camera I wonder if you can help
    best regards Dave

    1. Hi Dave,

      I’m afraid if Adobe don’t understand the problem with your code there’s probably not much I can suggest! But:

      1. Did you buy it from
      2. If so, did you buy at the upgrade price?
      3. If so, did you enter your existing LR5 key in to verify you’re eligible for LR6 upgrade?
      4. And if the answer to all of this is yes so far, have you been asked to verify your LR5 and LR6 codes when installing LR6? That’s how I activated my copy of LR6 when I upgraded.

  13. Cheers for the article, I’d got there myself but damn they make it difficult to get the LR6 upgrade price.

  14. Followed your instructions to the letter, and I am now the happy owner of a standalone (updated from LR5) copy of LR6….now updated to 6.1. The only bit of time wasting was where the update script said it couldn’t find a previously valid serial number on my laptop………which was rubbish as i’d gone all the way through from LR1……. so a quick on-line look at my Adobe purchase records quickly yielded the valid LR5 serial number, and hey ho off we go!
    Great advice…many thanks.

    1. Happy to help! Actually every time I’ve upgraded it’s asked me to fill in all my old serials, even though often the last version was still installed. I think they just do it to make sure – invest in something like 1Password, or even just Evernote, and keep a record of them all! ;)

  15. Thank you for the clear instructions. Just checking, because there is conflicting advice from Leica:

    Can Lightroom 5 supplied with a Leica camera can be upgraded in the same way?

    1. No idea I’m afraid, but there’s one way to check – do you have a serial number for your copy? Before you get to the part where you actually pay for the upgrade, Adobe checks that your serials are valid for your previous full and upgraded versions of Lightroom. Therefore, you’d need a serial number for your copy.

      It may be that the bundle terms Adobe provided to Leica didn’t include a unique serial number per Leica customer; the upgrade pricing may be reserved for purchases directly from Adobe.

  16. Hi I purchased a Lightroom 6 software license from PC World and have the same problem as everyone else, i.e. I only seem to be able to get Lightroom CC on the Adobe site. Will the above link work work for a software download card like the one I have purchased. Surely putting in a redemption code should indicate to Adobe that I have payed upfront and do not want a pay monthly version.Many thanks.

    1. I don’t know, but it sounds to me like you just download the Lightroom CC demo and upgrade it to full Lightroom using your code. The fact it’s a CC demo doesn’t matter. Just a guess though.

  17. Many thanks for this most helpful information. Your procedure works a treat and I can now use my LR 6 standalone OR LR 6 CC as well as same with PS CC & PS standalone.
    I just do not trust Adobe software company & their awful support and treatment of clients. I now have an option to give CC the flick if they up the price.
    Also looking at Capture One

      1. Have had standalone Photoshop since PS3 & purchased Lightroom around the time Adobe introduced subscription CC

  18. Hello
    THANKS so much for publishing link to full copy of Lightroom…. fed up with adobe rip off cloud.

    1. Very welcome, Kokko. There’s only one thing that would make me even consider Adobe CC, and that’s if they guaranteed that if you decide you want out of the subscription trap after a couple of years, and you’ve paid off the price of Lightroom Standalone through your sub payments, they allow you to switch your CC copy to a standalone copy at no extra cost, and only withdraw access to Photoshop (as that’s a much more expensive app).

  19. Hi Owen, do you know if there is an update available? I can only select full version.. (i have LR5.7) the update to 6 is not on option in the drop down menu.. Thanks for answering.

    1. Hi Manuela, thanks for commenting! Let’s see if I can help! I’m not sure what your local Adobe site is showing you but here in the UK when I get to the Products page from the link I posted and scroll down to Lightroom and click ‘Buy’ it presents a short list of options: I want to buy, Platform, Language, Delivery and number of copies.

      At the top of the list where it says: “I want to buy: Full” there should be a triangle next to the word ‘Full’ and when I click the triangle it presents a drop-down menu with ‘Full’ and ‘Upgrade’ as options. I click ‘Upgrade’ and it presents a new option underneath called ‘I own:’ with a list of previous versions of Lightroom. In your case you’d select ‘Lightroom 5.x’.

      If you get this far, the new upgrade price should appear. Click ‘Add to cart’ and when you checkout it will ask for all your previous Lightroom licence keys to confirm you qualify for the upgrade price.

      If you’re definitely not seeing the little triange next to ‘I want to buy: Full’ that allows you to switch to ‘I want to buy: Upgrade’ then first of all I’d try loading the page in a different browser. For example if you’re using Firefox, try Chrome, or vice versa. Also, make sure you’ve not turned off stuff like Javascript support and things, though I’m not sure what difference that would make but you never know! Finally if you still definitely aren’t getting that dropdown triangle next to the word ‘Full’ I would contact Adobe. The upgrade price should definitely be available to you!

      Hope that helps!

  20. I followed your instructions and have successfully downloaded LR6 update.
    Problem is I installed LR5 on a bootable external drive to be able to use on a number of Macs.
    When I choose Update it tells me that LR does not exist.
    Have restarted using both the on board OS and external OS and no joy.
    Any ideas?

    1. Hi Jon, firstly, out of interest why don’t you just install Lightroom directly on each Mac you want to use it on? Also, are you trying to update the Standalone version of LR5 to the Standalone version of LR6, or are you trying to update a ‘Creative Cloud’ version to the Standalone version? I suspect the latter would not work, as the standalone LR6 updater would be looking for standalone LR5 and would consider a CC-LR5 to be a different app.

  21. I wanted to be able to have LR in my pocket so to speak so regardless if I was at home or work I could use it. I also wanted to avoid have in multiple catalogs.
    I downloaded the stand alone version of LR6 to update my current standalone LR5.

    1. Okay, well, assuming you’ve booted from your LR external hard drive, and then downloaded the LR update to that external hard drive, and fired up the update file from the external hard drive, I can’t personally think of any reason at all why it can’t find your copy of LR5 on that external hard drive.

      If, on the other hand, the LR update has been downloaded to your computer’s drive, not the external, and launched from the computer, not the external, that might be an issue?

      Have you got in touch with Adobe to see what they suggest?

  22. There’s some very revealing stuff in all these postings. I’ve long felt that Adobe is not really interested in the amateur photographer except through PSE. They are only interested in the large commercial and professional operations who can claim for bisiness expenses via the income tax route so that CC is simply a drop in the ocean.

  23. Hi Owen

    Thanks for your helpful advice on obtaining a Lightroom 6 downloadable upgrade from Adobe, which I have now done, only to discover that it looks no different from my previous LR v.5.7.1 ! (It has also created a completely separate LR launch icon leaving my previous version alongside, not that this is a problem). I cannot find the new features such as HDR, panorama merge, face recognition, etc that are supposedly in LR6, so what I have I got for my money ? I feel somewhat cheated as Adobe do not make clear that the upgrade version does not include the features found on LR CC, which I do not want.

    Can you shed any light on this please ? Thanks

    1. Hi Val, first of all, are you absolutely sure you’re running LR6 and not LR5? When you launch the app, if it’s LR6 you’ve launched it should say Lightroom 6 on the splash screen, if you have the screen enabled. With the app launched you can also go to the Lightroom menu (on a Mac, anyway) and it should say ‘About Lightroom 6.x.x – the x’s being replaced by whatever point version you are running.

      I am running Lightroom 6.1.1, not the CC version, and Face Recognition is available in Grid view by clicking the ‘face’ icon in the bar at the bottom, next to the ‘sort order’ buttons etc.

      And you can activate HDR by selecting some photos, then going to the Photo menu and selecting Photo Merge, then either HDR or Panorama. Hope this helps!

  24. Hi Owen
    I have version 5.7.1. I want to upgrade but never new how to get the standalone version till I came across your in depth page. Just one thing puzzles me and wonder if you may help. I’m running Windows at present but in April getting a Mac and after speaking to someone on line in the Adobe site who was about as vague as it is finding the single standalone, With a simple yes or no. Can you buy LR6 on Windows and transfer it to Mac when I get one with the same serial number ?

    1. Hi Dave, good question, and I believe the answer is: yes, you’ll have no problem downloading and installing LR6 for Mac using the serial number you received when you bought LR6 for your PC!

  25. Hi Owen, I’m baffled. Today, I purchased the LR6 standalone upgrade (from v5.7.1). I had to sign in to my Adobe account to run the installer, after which it installed OK, requesting my new and old serial numbers. However, the upgrade left LR5 behind and requires me to ‘sign in’ before it will run, ie, it’s clearly not ‘standalone’. Moreover, it’s only v6.0. How can I get v6.1? I get the feeling I must be running Lightroom CC by a different name…

    1. Hi, it does leave 5 behind, correct. Don’t worry about that. It will ask you to sign in but you don’t have to in order to run it. And you need to Check For Updates to get the latest standalone version, probably! Hope that helps!

      1. Hi Bill, many thanks for the reply. I’m afraid there’s no way that LR6 will launch without first signing in. I raised a support case with Adobe and was sent a page link for the LR downloads and updates ( It turns out the installer is identical to that provided with my purchase so, one re-installation on and I’m no further forward. What’s worse is that every time I wish to run LR, I have to first sign in and then enter the licence code. Perhaps I should opt to run as a trial for 30 days and then enter the licence code after expiry? Anyhow, my support case with Adobe continues… I want to install LR6 on my laptop too, but not until I can resolve this issue. It’s driving me nuts!

        1. Hi – It’s Owen by the way… ;)

          Sorry to hear that. I never ever had anything like this, I simply fired up LR6 like I always fired up LR5 and away I went. It does occasionally pop up a Cloud Login and ask me to sign in at the top left once LR6 is running, in order to use Lightroom Mobile features and stuff, but I just cancel that and turn off all ‘Creative Cloud’ elements and get on with using the software offline.

          Hope you get it sorted!

          1. Hi Owen. Sorry about the name-change – Adobe has frazzled my brain! I even tried opening a new Adobe ID today and logging in with that, but it didn’t help either. I await a response from Adobe with baited breath… Keep up the good work!

    1. I wasn’t aware there was a student version in the first place, actually! What is in the student version? Or is it just a discount? If it’s a discount how have you applied for the discount in the past?

      1. There was always a student discount of about 40% in the past but now it seems to only apply to the CC version or the upgrade. The product was the same

  26. I have bought a standalone version of Lightroom 6 which I have been using since September 2015. It is version 6.0. I am wanting to update to version 6.6 but unfortunately have been unsuccessful using the Adobe website. How can I update to the latest version? Is this possible?

    1. Hi! On the Mac I just launch Lightroom, go to the Help menu, select ‘Updates…’ and if there’s an update available it launches the Adobe Application Manager app and I update from there. Hope that helps!

      1. Thanks for the reply. I have already done that and it says my system is up to date. However Lightroom still says it is version 6.0. Perhaps that is because it is the standalone version?

        1. Hmm I’m not sure why your Lightroom says it’s up to date. I have the standalone version of 6.5.1. and when I select Help -> Updates… it launches the Adobe Application Manager and offers to update me to ‘Lightroom CC / 6 Update – June 2016’ which is the latest version. Not sure what the problem is I’m afraid! Where did you get the standalone version from?

          1. I guess you’d be best contacting Adobe support then, hope you get it sorted out!

  27. Hi Owen, I read your instructions, but I don’t get past step 1! I too downloaded Lightroom 5.7.1 30-day trial. Thinking I’d simply buy version 6 outright, I got a CD from Amazon. No mention on their site about 64-bit only. on the trial version, I can use the Library module, but not the Develop module. I don’t have the option to sign out in my Help menu…

    1. Hiya, I’d definitely contact Adobe support over this, afraid I’m a longtime v6 user and don’t know much about using it on a non-64-bit system. Sorry! I did take a moment to go to (my local Amazon) and clicked on ‘See more system requirements’ and it does mention 64-bit is required, maybe your local Amazon didn’t have this section but if you scroll down it should be there as it’s unusual to sell software and not have a link to the full system requirements somewhere

  28. All very helpful Owen. To recap: I can purchase LR 6 upgrade (from 5.X) from Adobe. Install it. Go to updates and download 6.5.X. I’ve read elsewhere that there is an additional cost to upgrade to 6.5.x. No where can I find mention of 6.5.x as a purchasable product. I use a Sony a6300 which required 6.5.x which is the reason for me being careful. Thanks for your help. Much obliged.

    1. I think that you have been misinformed! I’ve never had to pay again to upgrade from a previous point release of any given major version. e.g. 6.1 to 6.2, or 6.x to 6.5. Only ever paid for 5.x to 6.x, or 4.x to 5.x, if you see what I mean. Once you’ve installed an official copy of any given major version of LR, any future updates Adobe releases for that version have always been free. Standalone doesn’t always get the same updates as CC, though. Nothing you can do about that other than start subscribing to CC, but I’ve not felt the need to do that yet.

  29. Hi. Sorry but every link just takes me to an education software page which doesn’t have LR or anything other than CC

    Any ideas?

    1. I’ve checked this, and I’m sorry but every Adobe link I click takes me to a Software & services page, which offers Lightroom Standalone for sale same as it always has… Where are you based, geographically?

  30. Thanks Owen, I found your info on getting LR6 upgrade just what I was looking for.
    Great work. long live Lightroom Standalone

  31. I’ve tried your link to Lightroom standalone to buy. The link does go to an Adobe products page that lists LR 6 to buy for £113 or so but clicking on that takes me straight to CC. I’m in the UK. I want to upgrade from LR 5 on my Mac. I can see that Amazon sell the standalone, presumably on a disc, for a little less than that Adobe price.

    1. Hi, I suspect what you’re doing is clicking on the product name for Photoshop Lightroom, which does indeed take you to the CC page for Lightroom. Don’t do that, click ‘Buy’ on the right. If you don’t see the Buy button then I’m not sure what’s happening for you here, sorry.

      As a test I just clicked one of the links to Adobe in the blog post above, clicked on Buy next to the Lightroom listing, selected the ‘Upgrade’ product, selected the version I was upgrading from, and clicked the Buy button, and it was added to my cart no problem.

      As noted, Amazon doesn’t sell the upgrade, just the full version as either a download or disc, and it can be a tiny bit cheaper than Adobe for the same full version, yep :)

  32. Hi, Owen,
    Thanks a bunch for the wonderful tip. Struggled months ago trying to upgrade and I finally gave up. But with my new XT2 Fujifilm I need the LR6. Thank heavens I came across your site.
    Great site you have, too.

    Anna (California/Bangkok)

  33. I don’t normally post just to say “Me too!” but this was so helpful I have to thank you. I had found the page you link to listing Adobe products but did not realize I should click the “Buy” link to get the upgrade. I had been clicking the title of the Lightroom product instead and going to the page that only allowed me to get CC.

    Given how Adobe is hiding the standalone Lightroom 6, I have a feeling there might never be a standalone LR 7…

    1. Personally, I’d be surprised if they totally got rid of LR Standalone, because some people don’t want to be tied into paying infinitely for new version when the old version works just fine, especially if the new version requires hardware upgrades, but I suppose they don’t make as much money that way. I’ll stick with Standalone for as long as they offer it, but if they do kill it I’ll be forced to switch I suppose.

  34. Hi Owen
    I already have Lt.Rm. 5 on my laptop and want to move to Lt room 6.
    Looks to be a hassle to upgrade .What would happen if I just bought a stand alone version 6 and loaded it as a newcomer to Lightroom?

    Have corrected email address

    1. Hi, upgrading is as easy as buying Lightroom 6 outright if you follow the link to Adobe’s product page above, and considerably cheaper. But if you’d prefer to buy LR 6 outright I expect you can do that, install it, then select your existing LR5 catalog when LR6 launches. I expect it will need to upgrade your catalog to work with LR6 and at that point you probably won’t be able to use LR5 again, but I’m not sure.

      Seriously, just upgrade, it’s not a hassle in any way at all :)

  35. I’m currently running Lightroom 3.6 and don’t want to subscribe to Lightroom CC. Can I upgrade directly to Standalone Lightroom 6, or do I need to buy one of the in-between versions first?

    1. I believe you can upgrade from any version so long as you have a valid licence number for your existing version but if you click through to the Adobe page and find the upgrade, you can see for yourself :)

  36. Barrie Wyld
    Thank you for your reply. I shall give it a try with renewed confidence !
    My idea sounds like asking for more trouble than an upgrade.

    1. No problem, you can do it, I’m sure of it! ;) Just be sure to click the BUY button and switch it to UPGRADE and choose the version you’re upgrading from :)

  37. Hi again!
    Have bought an upgrade from 5 to 6 which parked itself on desk top in Adobe file alongside Lt Rm 5. When I press open ,There is a bunch of options, none of which opens up anything recognisable. I expected a hassle and I was right . Any ideas Owen?

    1. None, I’m afraid, as when I upgraded from LR5, which itself was an upgrade from LR4, I didn’t expect a hassle and I didn’t get one… ;) Sorry I can’t be of more help, but the description of the issue doesn’t give me much to go on – what are the options it presents, and does LR6 itself launch, or some other Adobe app?

      I’d suggest contacting Adobe if you can’t work it out, or alternatively you could Google for the wording or options that you don’t understand, maybe others have had the same difficulty. Either way, I hope you overcome your LR6 problems!

  38. Hi,
    Lightroom6ReadMe and finally Set-up
    LR6 itself does not launch.

    1. Hmm. Sounds like PC version? I’m on a Mac and all I remember doing is downloading LR6 itself and pointing it at my LR5 catalogs. What did you actually download? Also I don’t know PCs much but are you using an up to date operating system?

  39. Thank you for your patience. It’s not your problem .I shall get on to Adobe Help If I can and see what they suggest. Thanks again!

    1. No problem Ellen! Yep, Amazon and Adobe both still sell standalone Lightroom 6, and Adobe still sells the standalone Lightroom 6 upgrade as well :)

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