onOne Software’s Perfect Photo Suite 8 is in its final beta version prior to the November 26 launch of the new version. The program is works as a plugin to Aperture, Lightroom, Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. It can also be used as a standalone for editing images from start to finish. You can download the beta here at onOne Software’s website.
You can purchase Perfect Photo Suite 8 as a standalone app for $79.95. If you want the plug-in version only, it costs $129.95. The Premium Edition works as a plug-in and standalone application for $299.95. onOne Software is offering a pre-order price for $179.95. More details here at onOne Software’s website.
Terry White has a solid roundup of his top 5 favorite new features in Adobe Lightroom 5. Check out the 18 minute video look inside LR 5 below.
You can download Lightroom 5 free beta here on Adobe Labs.
Adobe should be releasing Lightroom 5 as a free beta any day now based on the early release of an article on TechCrunch (which was quickly taken down).
I expect to see the announcement later this week at the Photoshop World opening keynote, which takes place on Wednesday, April 17, at 9AM ET. Adobe is well-known for dropping big news at Photoshop World openers, and it looks like this one got a bit ahead of them. [click to continue…]
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… [click to continue…]
All you Lightroom users out there, get ready. Adobe just dropped the beta version of Lightroom 3 out onto the Interweb, and it’s packed with all sorts of new bells and whistles.
Improved efficiency, Flickr integration, overhauled developing engine and more are served up in this revised processing powerhouse.
So, what are you waiting for? Go download the Lightroom 3 Beta now. The beta is schedule to expire in April 2010, so you should continue to use your current version of Lightroom for serious work until this is for real.
There’s more details in the press release below for you over-analytical types. [click to continue…]