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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3

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Adobe Lightroom 3

pentaxforums.com
9 January 2012
  • Summary: All in all, Lightroom has many features that makes it better than much of the free photo management software out there (i.e. iPhoto, Picasa) such as the built in noise reduction tools and the masking tools. The level of organization available for photo albums is also a step above other programs out there.
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Overall 8
8.0

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 Review

Maclife
18 August 2010
Overall 9
9.0

Adobe Lightroom 3 Review

maximum pc
4 August 2010
  • Excerpt: Lightroom is tailored for photographers who often don’t need or want the robust image-manipulation tools offered by the pricier Photoshop. From its outset, Lightroom presented photographers with a logical, clean workflow that facilitated photo improvements rather than alterations. Lightroom 2 added 64-bit support and some refinements—welcome, certainly, but the second version didn’t seem like much more than an incremental update.
  • Pros: Lens distortion correction; great noise reduction; improved performance; better stability.
  • Cons: Video capability limited to catalog only; current social media features pretty lame.
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Overall 9
9.0

Adobe Lightroom

maximum pc
2 April 2010
  • Excerpt: Adobe’s stand-alone raw app gives you all the granular photo-hacking horsepower of ACR, plus even more sophisticated photographic adjustments tools and a powerful database tool for managing your collection. And like any good raw app, Lightroom is a nondestructive editor, saving changes to metadata settings, rather than changing the pixels themselves, as Photoshop does. If you’re only familiar with image editors like Photoshop, Lightroom takes some adjustment.
  • Pros: Highly granular photo manipulation; great workflow management; superb print control; 64-bit
  • Cons: Limited image manipulation; no layer or compositing support.
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Overall 10
10

Review - Adobe Lightroom 3

Applelinks
7 September 2009
  • Conclusion: In short, what Adobe did with Lightroom 3 was to take what they had and made it better or way better. They added very little "new" when it comes right down to it as most of the new features already had a basis from what was established in LR2. About the only really new thing they added was tethering and the Social Media contact structure. This is good and should be encouraged. All that notwithstanding, this is not a lightweight update.
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Overall 10
10

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

ConnectReviews
7 August 2007
  • Excerpt: Adobe’s latest offering for digital photographers is a competitor to Apple’s Aperture, but how does it perform with RAW images?
  • Pros: Ability to go back to the original image without loosing crucial image data., Web galleries built-in., Easy-to-use image correction controls., Fast performance.
  • Cons: None.
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Adobe’s Photoshop Lightroom 3; Is It A “Must-Upgrade” Version?

Shutterbug
1 December 2001
  • Excerpt: A smooth workflow makes the job of photography feel more like a passion. You release the shutter button and next thing you know you’re holding a framed comp for a client.
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Adobe’s Photoshop Lightroom 3; Improved Features, Added Options

Shutterbug
1 November 2001
  • Excerpt: The latest version of Lightroom is coming into full use as more and more plug-ins and export options come into play. This month Jon Canfield takes a look at the essential ingredients; next month we have another opinion about the latest version of Lightroom that takes a different point of view.
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Overall 10
10

Adobe Lightroom 3

Trusted Reviews
28 February 2012
  • Summary: We take a look at the latest version of Adobe's professional image management software.
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[ REVIEW—ADOBE LIGHTROOM ]

DPexpert
7 July 2011
  • Excerpt: This application is, as the name suggests, the electronic equivalent of the darkroom except that it is used in the light. It has been around in free beta form for some months so it is well tested for bugs.
  • Pros: The interface is attractive and intuitive. It is a big improvement on Photoshop RAW and is much better than the crippled RAW converters that come with camera software. It is also faster in operation than any RAW converter we have used, with the exception of the excellent Bibble Pro .
  • Cons: We find Adobe’s curious redefinition of common English words to be misleading. As with all Adobe applications the learning curve is steep.
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