Aperture, Apple's pro software for cataloging and editing photos, is being put out to pasture. The move is indicative of what many see as the company's continuing drift away from robust, capable software. But there probably won't be many tears shed for good ol' Aperture, which always seemed to be running an uphill…
Adobe's Lightroom is a staple in the editing workflow of most photographers. The new, much-anticipated mobile version shows off a clever workaround for handling RAW files in a simple, if limited, interface.
9to5Mac is reporting that Adobe will soon unveil an iPad version of its Lightroom photo editing suite, with a $100 annual cloud subscription.
Last year, Adobe showed off a demo of RAW photo processing on the iPad. It was impressive, relying on some hefty cloud processing to carry the heavy load of massive uncompressed data files. The end game for that research is almost certainly a version of Lightroom that would work on tablets. It looks like that this…
Oh nice. NICE. If you slept on your chance to sign up for Adobe's Photography Program—which gets you access to Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5—for only $10 a month, there is a bit of good news. Sony has decided to extend the offer until December 31st.
Adobe's Photography Program, which gives you access to Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5 for $10 a month, is now available to anyone signing up between November 20th and December 2nd. Previously, you had to be an owner of CS3 or after to qualify. Hurry!
The latest instalment of Photoshop’s younger and less-loved cousin, Lightroom, isup for grabs from Adobe’s website. It’s $150 to buy outright, or $80 if you’ve got a previous version of Lightroom.
Adobe Lightroom product manager Tom Hogarty just showed off a preview for how Adobe's most powerful photo retouching tool might one day show up on your tablet. Oh please, please make this happen.
Adobe's latest version of Lightroom, the photo management and editing tool, was released as beta back in January. Now it's been officially released as Lightroom 4, and brings with it a big drop in price; the full version now costs $149 instead of $299.
As anyone who's used Adobe's powerful RAW photo processing software Lightroom will attest, there is a hell of a lot you can do with it, and often times all that functionality can overwhelm your machine's screen size. But what about that unused real estate on your iPad? LRPAD, a $10 app that lets you control various…