Posts tagged with Lightroom 4
If you are still having problems with Lightroom 4’s speed, see this list of things to try.
Also, run a File > Optimize Catalog and make sure you read Adobe’s standing advice on optimizing performance.
From Adobe’s official Lightroom Journal, Lightroom 4.1 Now Available. Whether or not you had problems with 4.0, I definitely recommend installing this release.
Lightroom 4.1 is now available as a final release on Adobe.com and through the update mechanism in Lightroom 4. The goal of this release is to provide additional camera raw support, lens profile support and address bugs that were introduced . . .
Unless you’re a new user to Lightroom who doesn’t care about getting upgrade discounts, only uses Macs, and is in N America (at least for now), I’m not sure you’ll care too much that Lightroom 4 is now available on the Mac App Store. But it is there now.
I have bought odd bits of software through the Mac App Store, . . .
There’s an interesting new feature in Lightroom 4.1 Release Candidate 2 – the ability to adjust 32 bit HDR images in Lightroom.
I confess I’m not that big a fan of HDR and I don’t play with it often, but this picture is a good example of when I might use it. The component frames were taken last month in the . . .
Q I just upgraded to Lightroom 4 and something happened with my flags in collections: they are gone! Where the xxxx are they?
A Well, they are not completely gone. But they are very hidden indeed.
As background, in Lightroom versions 1-3 the Pick and Reject flags were local to the folder or collection of pictures. So in one collection of pictures . . .
There’s a script to extract JPEGs from the previews you see in Lightroom
Q Best practice for moving images from LR3 to 4?
I suspect anyone reading this blog already knows, but Lightroom 4 came out today.
While I’m a long-time fan of DNG and welcome its latest developments, you’ve got to be very cautious about saving pictures with the new lossy option. The workflow benefits aren’t enough to outweigh the very significant risks.
As you play with Lightroom 4, there are lots of small features you may have overlooked. Here’s a brief run through of some of my favourite tweaks.
Lightroom 4 dropping support for Windows XP has generated a lot of sound and fury from those who are going to need to upgrade their operating system or computers if they want to run the new version.
I don’t think any of us – not even Apple fans – like being forced to upgrade our computer systems any sooner than we . . .
I believe it is already supported and third party web gallery engines can use HTML5.
The main changes to Web are:
Rewriting of built-in Flash web gallery engine so it displays colour managed output
Replacement of built-in browser on Windows with Webkit-based code
On Adobe’s Lightroom 4 Beta forum, one of the most contentious topics has been the omission of automated facial recognition or facial detection feature.
Perhaps like most people I really hate the sound of my own voice, but some things are probably much easier to show than they are to describe in words.
So, Lightroom with a Mancunian accent arrives on YouTube….
On its 6th birthday, Lightroom’s version 4 is here – see the official announcement.
I’ve been using it for a while and actually switched over my main catalogue a few months ago (upgrading a Lightroom 3 catalogue is disabled in the public beta). While others will no doubt list all the new features to exhaustion, I’m just going to point to . . .
Flags are now global, not local. But stacks have gone local. How do these work together?