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Lightroom 4 Review (Digital Photography Review)


Lightroom 4 Review

By Amadou Diallo | Published Mar 6, 2012 | Software/App Reviews

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 offers an impressive list of features, the vast majority of which will be familiar to those who explored the previously-released public beta Adobe made available in January.

These include a completely new book-creation module, expanded support for video, soft proofing capability, and geo-tagging of still and video images via a Google Maps-powered module. Image editing tools have also been significantly updated, with a new process version (PV2012) that includes a reworking of the Basic panel controls and new localized editing options. If you’ve spent time playing with the public beta and are already comfortable using these features, you can jump ahead to a listing of the few (and mostly minor) changes that have gone into the shipping version of Lightroom 4.

One welcome surprise to everyone, though, is Adobe’s announcement of a 50% price drop. For the first time in Lightroom’s five year history, the retail price is now $149 US for a full version. Upgrade pricing for current users as well as the student/teacher versions also see a (more modest) price reduction to $79 US.

via Lightroom 4 Review: Digital Photography Review.


One comment on “Lightroom 4 Review (Digital Photography Review)

  1. Great app, i am using LR2..

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