Adobe posts, withdraws Lightroom 1.1

Company inadvertently makes a version of Photoshop Lightroom 1.1 available for download for a brief period Monday night.

The Photoshop Lightroom 1.1 update will be available from Adobe Systems' Web site later this week, but the company inadvertently released it for a short period Monday night.

"During the course of delivery testing, the update was publicly available through the Adobe.com store for a short period of time this evening," Lightroom Product Manager Tom Hogarty said in a forum posting Monday night. "The update has been removed from the Adobe.com store and will be reposted, once all of the testing has been completed internally."

Meanwhile, one forum poster who said he found the Lightroom 1.1 User's Guide on Adobe's site posted the list of what's new in Lightroom 1.1.

Some of the features, such as the clarity adjustment and better sharpening, were expected. Other features include better abilities to add, remove and update folders; improved noise reduction options; expanded Digital Negative (DNG) file-exporting options; and better organization of editing, printing and exporting presets.

(Via ProPhoto Home)

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