B&H has Lightroom 3 available for $149.95. Even if you are looking to get Lightroom 4 later this Spring, this should still be a solid deal since Adobe historically prices new versions of Lightroom for $299 and upgrades for $99.
Details here at B&H.
Adobe’s Camera Raw 7, which should be packaged with Photoshop CS6. Like recent iterations of Camera Raw, the engine under the hood is the same thing that powers Lightroom 4, which should be the current version of Lightroom around the release time for Photoshop CS6.
Check out the video below for a look at the tools and interface of Camera Raw 7. [Read more…]
Deep inside the Technicolor booth at CES 2012 was a small table showing off some new color correction software from the same company that brought CineStyles to our Canon HDSLRs last year.
Technicolor CineLights is a program based on Technicolor’s award-winning DP Lights system and is intended for quick color correction such as dailies. It’s not really intended as a finish grading tool; however, it does offer some keying, three-way color correction and a Look Library as part of CineLooks. [Read more…]
I was checking out the G-Tech booth (more on this soon) at a CES press event last night when a girl from Adobe walked up to me and said I might want to walk around the corner to Adobe’s booth because they just announced Lightroom 4 beta. Woohoo!
I spent awhile talking to the Adobe folks about Lightroom 4 and going through the new features. A few things really stand out… [Read more…]