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Lightroom 5 Now Available: MCP Lightroom Presets Work Flawlessly

Lightroom 5 is out and MCP Lightroom presets all work flawlessly in it. Here’s what you have to look forward to if you upgrade.

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Adobe Lightroom 5 officially announced and released

Adobe has announced and released the “beta” version of Lightroom 5 in early April. The company has been testing the program ever since, but the fine-tuning has just ended as the final version of the application is now official and available for photographers, looking to process and edit RAW photos captured with their cameras.

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Adobe confirms Lightroom 5 will be a standalone application

Adobe has been heavily criticized after announcing that Creative Suite 6 will not be get an upgrade. It will continue to receive updates, but that’s it. The company will move Photoshop and its siblings to Creative Cloud, a subscription-based service. Thankfully, the company confirmed that Lightroom will remain a standalone app.


Lightroom Presets: Use The Secret Import-Export Trick

This blog post will teach you how to create multiple looks with one photo using MCP Enlighten presets.

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Samsung NX2000 officially announced with NFC and WiFi

Samsung has introduced a new mirrorless camera in the NX series after weeks of speculation. The shooter is called NX2000 and most of the rumors surrounding it have turned out to be true. It is not an Android or Tizen-based camera, but it features WiFi, NFC, and a 20.3-megapixel image sensor, as well as a 3.7-inch LCD touchscreen.

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Adobe demos mobile RAW editing using Lightroom for iPad

Adobe is targeting the mobile market with Lightroom for iPad. Unfortunately, the application is not available yet, but the company has demonstrated the capabilities of the software on the iOS device during The Grid online show. Users will be able to edit RAW image files on their iPad and the changes will be saved in the cloud.


How to Use the Local Adjustment Brush in Lightroom: Part 2

Learn more tips and tricks to using the local adjustment brush in lightroom….


How to Use The Local Adjustment Brush In Lightroom: Part 1

If you want more control over your edits in Lightroom, learn how to use the local adjustment brush now.


How To Photograph and Quickly Edit Your Family Vacation Photos

Learn what gear to bring and how to edit your family vacation photos.

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Adobe Lightroom 5 beta available for free download now

Adobe has officially released Lightroom 5 beta for download. The image processing tool is available on Windows and Mac OS X computers. It can be downloaded for free, though the final version will come at a cost later this year. Lightroom 5 beta is offering new tools, which provide improved photo editing capabilities.

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Adobe Lightroom 4.4 and Camera Raw 7.4 updates released for download

Adobe has officially released the final versions of Lightroom 4.4 and Camera Raw 7.4. The latest versions of these programs are bringing RAW file support for 25 cameras from Nikon, Canon and others. Additionally, several new lens profiles are supported, along with enhancements for Fujifilm’s X-Trans sensor cameras.


How To Soft Proof in Lightroom for the Best Possible Colors

How To Soft Proof in Lightroom for the Best Colors When you edit in Lightroom, you are in a very large color space called ProPhoto RGB. In simple terms, you get a very large color space which gives you the most flexibility and colors to choose from while editing.  On the surface this sounds like…

Nik Collection by Google now available for Adobe Photoshop users

Google releases $149 Nik Collection plugins for Adobe Photoshop

After “killing” the Snapseed application, Google is finally doing something useful with the assets of Nik Software. The Nik Software has been purchased by Google in September 2012 and, until now, nothing good came out of it. However, Google is correcting this situation with the release of the Nik Collection bundle for Adobe Photoshop.


Raw Editing Tips: How to Get the Most From Your Photography

Get the most from your photography by learning how to edit your raw files with these quick raw editing tips.


Reduce Editing Time with Our Presets for Lightroom 4

You already rely on MCP Actions for Photoshop or Photoshop Elements to help you create gorgeous, artistic images with minimal time and effort. Now, we’re offering Lightroom 4 users the same one-click convenience and eye-catching results.

Faded Films presets for Adobe Lightroom released by Really Nice Images

Really Nice Images releases analog film presets for Adobe Lightroom

Really Nice Images became very popular at the beginning of the year. The developer released a set of emulation presets, which replicate Instagram effects, for Adobe Lightroom. After that, it was just a matter of time for Really Nice Images to reveal even more presets and the latest pack is entitled “Faded Films”, as it replicates analog film effects.

Adobe Camera Raw 7.4 and Lightroom 4.4 release candidates available for download now

Adobe Camera Raw 7.4 and Lightroom 4.4 RCs available for download

Adobe has released the so-called “release candidate” versions of both Camera Raw 7.4 and Lightroom 4.4 programs. The company believes that the RAW processing and photo-editing tools are ready for consumption, therefore it is pushing their release candidates, with bug fixes and support for new cameras, to the users.


Exporting Photos from Lightroom to a Facebook Business Page

When exporting photos from Lightroom – here’s how to directly publish them to your business page on Facebook.

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Kelby releases world’s first Lightroom exclusive magazine

Kelby Media Group and the National Association of Photoshop Professionals have teamed to produce the first ever digital magazine about Adobe Lightroom. Lightroom Magazine is the first Adobe Photoshop “How-to” magazine that incorporates columns and articles from the industry’s top experts in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.


How and Why to Have a Post-Processing Workflow

Why having a written post processing workflow is non-negotiable.


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