Reviews and Problems with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
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This is a great product best value for the dollars spent
5 June 2014
Summary: I bought this version of Light Room because it works with my older computer operating system. Light Room 4 I found the learning curve a bit steep, mostly in understanding the "catalogues". Once past this catalogue issue the program became intuitive.
Summary: Hard to figure out how to use it. I'm sure it is me ..not the software! I bought The update before I had anything to update. Then I had to by an earlier version TO update. So I have a lot of money into this project.
Great tool for photo enhancement! Easy to use with a wide range of options
10 February 2013
Summary: I had downloaded and tested out Lighroom 3 for a month and really liked it so I decided to purchase Lightroom and thought 4 would be nearly the same. It is with what has turned out to be an improvement.
Summary: I started using Lightroom with LR3. My teacher used it and I wanted a single tool to handle both the RAW from both my Nikon DSLR's and my Canon compact. My first impressions were negative: - LR3 was outrageously expensive for what it was (LR4 is more reasonable but it's still a lot) - I thought it...
Pros: Compatibility with all major RAW formats. Common look to the end result, Stability, Industry standard, lots of documentation to help you, people who know it, Well thought out user interface, easy to understand
Cons: Still rather expensive, Library manipulation tool is weak, Doesn't follow Windows best practices (thousands of tiny files impact performance), Image miniature display is slow
Summary: I only used Capture nx2 in the past, I did try LR3 but didn't like it, when the LR4 beta came out I tried and fell in love with the develop module! For example I always struggled with the skin tones and in LR4 it was a breeze, it can recover shadows like anything else keeps amazing detail and comes...
Pros: Image quality, Color rendition, Amazing shadow recovery from RAW files, Ease to quickly browse to a large number of images, Non destructive editing, Accesible price
Summary: I've been using Lightroom since version 3, and was eager to try out 4 as soon as it came out. In terms of functionality and results, I have not been disappointed. In addition to still looking great in terms of IQ, the adjustments have been organized in a more logical manner.
Pros: Workflow, image quality, adjustments, brush tool (now with more adjustments available).
Cons: Speed (lack of), requires NASA supercomputer levels of memory.
Summary: Lightroom is getting more mature and quicker to use than Photoshop. There is still much that only Photoshop has the capability of doing but for speed and accuracy in basic digital photo processing Lightroom is now the winner.
Summary: I've only had this a week or so therefore this is just a quick review because I haven't explored all the features. The shadow and highlight features are what attracted me to upgrade and I wasn't disappointed - it works better for me.
Great product, low priced upgrade. Highly Recommended!
Adrian Artist, Amazon
22 May 2012
Summary: Very happy with the software purchase, however, whenever you buy or rent a newer camera, this sometimes makes you have to buy upgrade version to use latest Lightroom, as earlier versions may not support newest camera. For software, this is still a low priced upgrade compared to other software.
Summary: I basically bought Lightroom 4 after hearing so many good things about it from friends who are also into Photography. The program is limited compared to editing software like the GIMP but is fun to use and explore. I find that I am using it to tweak most of my photos since I bought it.