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Monday, July 05th, 2010 | Author:

If you are a professional photographer or just an enthusiast it is highly likely that you must be acquainted with Adobe Lightroom to help you out with your editing workflow. As Adobe Lightroom 3 is launched with a price tag of $ 299 for a first buy and $99 for an upgradation the sales are expected to soar.

The main areas where the Lightroom works are providing tools for sorting, organizing, developing, and publishing photos. However, its version 3 boasts of features like new noise reduction engine and upgraded RAW processing, also a streamlined workflow.

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Any user will be glad to hear that in Lightroom 3 importing images is far easier also it is more friendly because that makes finding and defining your destination much simpler. In its import interface a list of all attached drives is given but the icing on the cake is that its grays out all the files which have already been imported so that you may avoid duplication. When we customize our naming convention for imports, such as the type of import, file handling, metadata, and other options, we also have an option of an import preset or multiple presets for using them later on and its easy takes care of it just with a couple of clicks. With a concise view of import implements our presets also provides us control to edit metadata, keywords, and type of import. But the downside is, this import interface does not take into consideration the folder structures on CF and SD cards that waste our time in first creating filters which define groups of photos then importing every single group individually. more…

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010 | Author:

Adobe CS5 is a ramped up collection of video editing, web development and graphic design applications of Adobe Systems. It consists of applications such as Photoshop CS5, Acrobat, Flash CS5, Illustrator CS5, InDesign CS5 which are based upon technologies like PostScript, PDF, and Flash.

However, there is a flipside to it. It is just the official unveiling or in the words of Adobe “Launch” day for the public. But the software won’t be available for the public to buy that very day. No release date has been announced as yet. Market experts are skeptical about the release anytime sooner than the late 2010. So everyone let’s keep our fingers crossed because CS5 is about to arrive and when it does, it will be here to stay.