Date: Tuesday, January 10th, 2012, 10:47
Category: News, Software
On Tuesday, software giant Adobe released a public beta of version 4.0 of its Lightroom photo editing utility. The Lightroom 4.0 beta, a 409 megabyte download (via MacUpdate), adds the following fixes and changes:
– Highlight and shadow recovery brings out all the detail that your camera captures in dark shadows and bright highlights.
– Photo book creation with easy-to-use elegant templates.
– Location-based organization lets you find and group images by location, assign locations to images, and display data from GPS-enabled cameras.
– White balance brush to refine and adjust white balance in specific areas of your images.
– Additional local editing controls let you adjust noise reduction and remove moiré in targeted areas of your images.
– Extended video support for organizing, viewing, and making adjustments and edits to video clips.
– Easy video publishing lets you edit and share video clips on Facebook and Flickr.
– Soft proofing to preview how an image will look when printed with color-managed printers.
– Email directly from Lightroom using the email account of your choice.
The Adobe Lightroom 4.0 beta is available for free and requires Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later to install and run.