Reviews and Problems with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.0 Review
16 January 2013
Excerpt: Adobe’s Lightroom has never been an easy application to explain to the uninitiated, but we’ll give it a shot. Lightroom 4 is, at its core, two things: a DAM (digital asset manager) and a raw-file developer. Sure, it also comes with new or updated modules for mapping and creating books, slide shows, and the like, but the key features are its Library and Develop modules.
Pros: Improved visual-quality performance process; white balance on brushes, finally!
Cons: Can feel sluggish and difficult to coax performance out of.
Excerpt: New software versions offer new features to entice upgrading. And Photoshop Lightroom 4 certainly has expanded its functionality with video editing, book creation, geotagging, soft proofing, and more. But at the core of of this latest release is a refinement of what many already admire about this application: its ability to help you produce beautiful imagery. And in this category in particular, Photoshop Lightroom 4 does not disappoint.
Pros: Develop module is better organized; Added brushing tools; New video management tools; New Map module includes reverse geotagging; Book module with Blurb integration and PDF output; Email capability for sending photos from the app; Lower price compared to previous versions; New DNG conversion options; New soft proofing capability
Cons: Can't stitch video snippets together; No Mac Address Book integration for email
Summary: Sie haben hunderte von Hochzeitsfotos geschossen und wollen die 50 besten davon zu einem Fotobuch zusammenstellen? Und das alles im Handumdrehen? Genau für Aufgaben wie diese ist das Foto-Entwicklungs-Programm Photoshop Lightroom gemacht.