Join professional photographer Jason Bradley as he leads a 2 day workshop to teach the essential techniques for a proper workflow in Lightroom. Jason will cover RAW file workflow, image developing, folder organization, asset management, file storage, key wording and exporting. This workshop, to be held at Camera West in Walnut Creek is for digital photographers of all skill and experience levels.
Saturday & Sunday, March 22 & 23, 2014
Contact Michael at Camera West to sign up.
Join professional photographer Jason Bradley as he leads a 2 day workshop to teach the essential techniques for a proper workflow in Lightroom. Jason will cover RAW file workflow, image developing, folder organization, asset management, file storage, key wording and exporting. This workshop, to be held at Camera West in Rancho Mirage is for digital photographers of all skill and experience levels.
Friday & Saturday, May 9th & 10th, 2014
Contact the staff of Rancho Mirage to sign up.
Lightroom 5.2 is now available as a final release on Adobe.com and through the update mechanism in Lightroom 5. This update provides additional camera raw support, lens profile support and address bugs that were introduced in previous releases of Lightroom.
New Features in Lightroom 5.2 :
- A Smoothness adjustment slider has been added to the Detail Panel under Color Noise Reduction. This helps to reduce low-frequency color mottling artifacts
- Refinements to the Spot Healing Tool:
- New Feather control
- Auto find source method now works better for images with textured areas like rocks, bark, and foliage
- Auto find source method now prefers source areas within the crop rectangle
- Auto Exposure has been improved to be more consistent across images and across different image sizes.
- Smart Preview size has been updated to 2560 pixels on the long edge.
- Refinements to the Local Adjustment Brush:
- Right Click (PC) / Control-click (Mac) on a brush adjustment pin to bring up a context menu to duplicate or delete
- Control+Alt+Drag (PC) / Command+Option+Drag (Mac) on a brush adjustment pin to clone (duplicate) that adjustment
Leica has announced that the new Adobe Lightroom 5 image editing software now comes with all Leica S, M, X, V and D-Lux cameras.
Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 5, the latest release of the powerful image-processing software, is now a part of the software package supplied with the current camera models of the Leica S, M, X, V and D-Lux lines. This software is available to Leica camera owners as a free download from the Leica website after registering their new purchase in the owners area. Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 5 is considered to be the most professional image-processing software currently available, and guarantees ultimate picture quality when used in combination with images captured with Leica cameras and lenses. Its powerful tools enable fast and efficient image organisation, optimisation and presentation options.
Please note: This download is only available to customers who have purchased and registered a new Leica digital camera (excluding V-Lux 40).
If you have an old version of Lightroom, the LR5 upgrade costs $79.
Great news for all you retina display MacBook Pro users.
“The Photoshop and Lightroom teams are pleased to announce we will provide support for HiDPI displays in the coming months, including the Retina Display available on the new MacBook Pro. Supporting this new technology requires significant work by our product teams and we’re committed to provided a free update to all Photoshop CS6 customers this Fall and Lightroom 4 as soon as the work is complete. Please note that Creative Cloud members will receive Photoshop updates more frequently and receive this update in advance of updates for non-members. While Photoshop, Photoshop Touch and Lightroom will be joining Adobe Ideas in their support of HiDPI Retina Displays, Photoshop Elements will not fully support HiDPI displays in the immediate future however the team is investigating the effort required to support these new displays.” - Adobe Creative Team