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  • 04:23:17 pm on January 29, 2007 | 0

    Lucky us — we got to try Lightroom 1.0 just before its official debut. This milestone for Adobe radically rearranges key Photoshop functions within a super-streamlined virtual workspace designed for organizing and processing large groups of images. Lightroom 1.0 should be familiar to the many people who’ve been using the free Public Beta. The commercial version has been further augmented and refined, and it’s available for both Windows and Mac OS (available for purchase February 19 for $199). The new program combines a broad range of functions — viewing, cataloguing, image editing, multimedia output and advanced printing — in a single package.


    Tags: processing | Michael Fomkin | Fomkin | Technology | photoshop | lightroom | hands | Adobe


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