Reviews and Problems with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5
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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 – Review
9 August 2013
Excerpt: My earliest copy of Photoshop (version 3) was bundled with a SCSI scanner purchased many years ago. During the ensuing years I have had many versions of Photoshop and almost as many image archiving schemes. Most recently I have been using iPhoto for casual family snapshots and a file and folder based strategy for my commercial and fine art images. I have been using Adobe Bridge to access these images.
Excerpt: Adobe Lightroom offers most of what you'd need from a digital darkroom and asset manager, handling a range of common still image, RAW and video formats, and using Photoshop or external applications when heavier editing is required.
Fast workflow, Smart Previews, Upright tool, enhanced Spot Removal tool, Radial Filter, Retina Display support, powerful RAW processing, mobile links with Adobe Revel.
No previews for Quick Develop Presets, more social media/sharing links required, relatively expensive, no GPU-acceleration.