Adobe has released the beta version of Adobe Lightroom 5, free to use until June 2013.
I’ve just opened the application and the first impressions aren’t so many yet, accept that it’s always so evident that these kind of softwares really tries to “get you” in their own file vaults. But; compared to Aperture you will still be relatively free with Adobe.
Some of the news:
Fix perspectives and converging verticals
Advanced healing brush
and supposedly better workflow
I’ll get back with more impressions in a new post.
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This looks truly amazing! Adobe demonstrates a new function for deblurring a blurred image, in the next release of Adobe Photoshop. Think about all the pictures you’ve taken that now can be saved. This looks really interesting!