The new tools are similar to those used by video editors in apps like Premiere or DaVinci Resolve, offering separate controls for tweaking colors in an image’s highlights, midtones, and shadows. They replace the more limited “split toning” tool, but the “color mixer” is still sticking around.
The color grading tools are coming to all the major versions of Lightroom on desktop, web, and mobile — the “Classic” version of Lightroom is getting the tools, too. Adobe initially announced the feature last month, but didn’t say when it would be released.
Lightroom is…tech, The Verge