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Installing Replichrome

Replichrome comes with a handy installer that will set everything up for you if you're using Photoshop or Lightroom Classic. For Lightroom CC ("New Lightroom"), there's an extra step to the installation process.

Lightroom Classic or Photoshop Camera Raw

(a.k.a "Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic," "Lightroom Classic CC", "Old Lightroom", and "What Adobe called simply 'Lightroom' until they made that other program that's kinda like Lightroom, but not really, but it's now called Lightroom and how we have to all be confused forever whenever we talk about Lightroom.")

Mac

  1. Download the installer from the link emailed to you after your purchase. Please make sure you're downloading the correct installer for your version of Lightroom or ACR.
  2. Open the .dmg file you just downloaded
  3. Double-click the .pkg installer package and follow the instructions
  4. Restart Lightroom and/or Photoshop

Windows

  1. Download the installer from the link emailed to you after your purchase. Please make sure you're downloading the correct installer for your version of Lightroom or ACR.
  2. Double-click the .exe file you downloaded and follow the instructions
  3. Restart Lightroom and/or Photoshop

Lightroom

(a.k.a. "Adobe Photoshop Lightroom", "Lightroom CC", "New Lightroom", or "That new program that was supposed to replace Lightroom, but somehow the marketing people thought it would be a good idea to name it the exact same thing, but people didn't like it as much, and now nobody knows what to call anything")

Installation for "New Lightroom" requires one extra step. First, follow the install instructions for Lightroom Classic (above). This will install the Replichrome camera profiles. Next, you'll have to manually install the Replichrome presets:

  1. Download the Presets for Lightroom CC .zip file from the email link
  2. Extract the presets from the .zip file (Mac: double-click the file. Windows: right-click and select Extract All)
  3. Launch Lightroom CC and head to File -> Import Profiles & Presets...
  4. Select the presets you just extracted and click Import

 

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