Adobe Upgrades Lightroom

Professional photo management software Lightroom is one of the most favorite Mac app from Adobe which Mac users love to use. This app has recently got a big update to 4.0.

There are many nasty, little bugs in the software, as with most big updates, which only come out when a wider audience starts using the app.

With latest update Lightroom 4.1, Adobe addressed many of the bugs. The free update includes the following enhancements:

*The ability to process HDR TIFF files. (16, 24 or 32-bit TIFF files) This can be quite useful if you have merged multiple exposures into a single 32-bit image using Photoshop’s HDR Pro. Using the new basic panel controls can be a very effective and straightforward method of achieving an overall balance across the tonal range.
*Additional Color Fringing corrections to help address chromatic aberration.
*Save photobooks created in the Book Module to JPEG
*Publishing photos to Adobe Revel is now accessible via a Publish plugin

With the update 4.1, following bugs have been fixed:

*Point Curve adjustments made in Lightroom 3 and before have been restored.
*Addressed performance issues in Lightroom 4, particularly when loading GPS track logs, using a secondary monitor, and the controls within the Develop module.
*Clarity adds grey tinting to 100% white tones.
*Adjustments made in the Develop module were not properly being reflected to photos that have been laid out in the Book Module
*Postscript Type 1 Fonts do not appear in the Font menu within the Book module.
*Clarity adds grey tinting to 100% white tones.
*Edit-in functionality has been restored to external applications including Adobe Photoshop and Nik plugins

What would you like to say about the latest update for Lightroom from Adobe? Share with us.

Source: 9TO5 Mac

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