Reviews and Problems with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5
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Great editing software!
Brenxu, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: This was the first editing software I have used and I got the hang of it only after an hour or so. The finished photographs look stunning. The workflow is easy to use and is very instinctive. Be warned though, this software cannot blend 3 different exposures together (HDR), you will need to buy an additional plug-in for that.
Excerpt: THIS IS AN UPGRADE, YOU NEED TO HAVE LIGHTROOM 4 OR ANOTHER ADOBE PHOTOSHOP TO BE ABLE TO USE THIS! I didn't realize that when I first got it but luckily I got lightroom 4 with a camera I bought so it wasn't as big of an issue as it could have been.
Pros: Accurate Colors and Controls, Easy To Collaborate Across Programs, Easy To Customize, Easy To Navigate, Versatile
Excerpt: Simple software to edit and touch up digital pictures. Workflow is easy to use and results are great.<br /><br />Also a good way to manage a big picture library.<br /><br />This version cannot be installed on Windows Vista though. You will need Windows 7 or newer.
Pros: Easy To Install, Easy To Navigate, Fast, Great Value
Excerpt: I am a hobbyist and love this program. Honestly though it would be able to handle a few more "affects" that I guess are reserved for Photoshop but really great basic system for organizing and editing.
Excerpt: Never used before now. Picked up on sale. Bought this specifically for making time lapse movies, but having trouble figuring out how to use templates (downloaded from the web) to pick and choose video formats. Maybe it's the new 5.3 version that's giving me issues?<br /><br />Very powerful tool that speeds up mass batch processes. Haven't used it to organize images. I tend to use photoshop for individual image editing.
Excerpt: After not being happy with DxO and Corel, I decided to give LR5 a try based on good reviews. It's easier and more versatile than DxO and faster and better than Corel. Still going through the learning curve, but I finally found a software program I'm satisfied with.
Excerpt: Photo hobbyist, am proficient with Photoshop Elements after using it for several years. Bought Lightroom 5 because I found that most common Elements edits i performed were related to lighting / exposure. This is the backbone of Lightroom. Throw in clone stamp tool, edit masks AND mass updates and you have an incredibly powerful tool that handles 85% of your typical post process activities.