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Photo enthusiasts should appreciate raw editing and an advanced camera mode -- but some new features are available only with a paid subscription.
The option could bring new flexibility and photo quality, letting iPhone photography match a feature already built into Android. Also coming: better photo color.
Keen smartphone photographer and own a Nokia handset? These colour profiles will make your life a lot easier when editing photos in Lightroom.
A new iOS camera app called Digital Negative uses Adobe's DNG format to store uncompressed photos, but it's not the original raw sensor data. Developer Cypress Innovations hopes Apple will open up.
Adobe's updated raw-image format now handles stitched panoramas and HDR photos, part of a plan to attract more photographers and allies. Adobe hopes to see the features used -- but isn't promising anything.
For the better image quality and flexibility of raw photos, Nokia's Lumia 1520 will shoot with Adobe's DNG format. Similar raw support will come to the Lumia 1020 in early 2014.
Lightroom 4 brings new performance advantages to Adobe's Digital Negative photo format--and this time, proprietary raw images don't get the features.
Adobe plugs a hole in its raw file format that currently limits its usefulness, issuing a release candidate for software to let Windows users view DNG files.
The next version of the Digital Negative converter will be the last for PowerPC Macs. Does this have implications for Lightroom?
The company releases a beta version of a file format for higher-end video. Also out is a beta of Adobe Story for writing scripts.