Adobe Lightroom 4 is now available.

It’s a must upgrade. There are lots of reasons to upgrade. But you only need one, it will improve shadow and highlight rendition for every image you process with it.

If you haven’t bought Lightroom major price drops make now an ideal time.

Find out more about Lightroom 4  here.

ACR 6.7 is available free for download now.

It’s required for full compatibility between LR4 and PS CS5.

It’s also the first to support Raw files from Canon’s 5D MKIII.

Adobe has released a new update to its Photoshop Lightroom software, the second Lightroom update this fall. The new update includes several refinements such as enhanced performance of the local adjustment tools. In addition, Adobe’s Camera Profiles are now available natively within Lightroom 2.2 and are provided automatically as part of this release. As the visual starting point for the raw processing workflow, camera profiles provide flexibility that allows photographers to quickly achieve their desired rendering. Lightroom 2.2 supports these seven new camera models: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon PowerShot G10, Panasonic DMC-G1, Panasonic DMC-FX150, Panasonic DMC-FZ28, Panasonic DMC-LX3 and Leica D-LUX 4.

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2.2 is available now.

It’s a free download for existing Lightroom 2 customers.

It’s USD$99 as an upgrade for Lightroom 1 users.

It’s USD$299 for new users.

Lightroom 2 can be purchased through the Adobe Store here.

Check here for more information on Photoshop Lightroom 2.

Check out NAPP’s Lightroom 2 Learning Center here.

Check out PhotoshopCafe’s Lightroom 2 Learning site here.


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