Reviews and Problems with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Review
23 April 2012
Conclusion: You can compare features as much as you like, but in the end the choice is subjective. Lightroom 4 covers all the bases, and if you liked version 3 it’s an important upgrade. But its appearance and its way of working are very different to Aperture’s, and if you have a chance to try both (Adobe offers a free trial of Lightroom), that’s the best way to decide which is right for you.
Pros: Improved dynamic range controls. Effective new Maps module. Scope and power of editing tools. Integration with Photoshop.
Cons: Can be slow with lots of images. Separation of Folders and Collections.
Conclusion: Costing Â£99 for a boxed version or Â£59 for an upgrade, Lightroom 4 is now in the same price range as Elements 10 (Â£75). It may not have the tools you need to perform advanced imaging tasks, like Layers and tools to make precise Selections, but it's superb at archiving files, developing RAW images, and making quick adjustments.
Excerpt: Things have been hotting up for photo-management software in recent months, with the mighty Lightroom coming under sustained attack from highly capable, much cheaper rivals from ACDSee, Corel, Apple and Cyberlink. Adobe's response has been decisive. When version 4 was in public beta, version 3's price halved, coming in at under £100 at online stores.
Excerpt: No es casualidad que Adobe haya reducido el precio de venta de Photoshop Lightroom 4 desde los 293 euros hasta los 128 euros de la versión actual; pues, ciertamente, era un producto demasiado caro
Pros: La notable bajada de precio
Cons: Sin demasiadas novedades importantes, simplemente mejoras en cuanto a funcionalidad que nos parecen secundarias para una actualización de esta envergadura