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.
Lightroom 4 brings new performance advantages to Adobe's Digital Negative photo format--and this time, proprietary raw images don't get the features.
Many of the new higher-end cameras that emerged at Photokina now are supported by Adobe's software for photo editing and cataloging, including Canon's EOS T4i, Fujifilm's X-E1, the Leica S, and the Nikon 1 J2.
Less than a month after Lightroom 4.0 arrived, Adobe has updated its software so it can edit the photos from Canon's hot new SLR. Also: bug fixes.
What do you do once you have that winning shot? Here are some tips to help manage your workflow in Lightroom like a pro.
Phase One has released its new version of a venerable program used to edit raw images from higher-end cameras.
Listeners spark the dialogue, the view through the viewfinder, and ice, ice baby. Our last show of 2008.
A release candidate of version 2.1 fixes a number of bugs and adds Nikon D90, D700, and P600 support.
Lightroom 1.4.1 and Adobe Camera Raw 4.4.1 come with support for several new cameras, but not with the bugs that forced Adobe to withdraw their predecessors.
Company pulls down version 1.4 of the photo management program and recommends those who have updated go back to the old version until the bugs are squashed.