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Photographers, start your engines! Adobe has pushed Lightroom 4 out of beta and the software with more than 800 tweaks is now available for one and all to purchase -- and at a reduced price to boot.
The Photoshop.com Blog has announced the availability of Photoshop Lightroom 4, fresh out of an extended public beta, feature complete and final. Thanks to the Adobe community who participated in the public beta, the company was able to make more than 800 tweaks prior to the official release, and even slashed the price as well.
“Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 software provides a comprehensive set of digital photography tools, from powerfully simple one-click adjustments to cutting-edge advanced controls,” the company’s website explains. “Create images that inspire, inform, and delight.”
Among the new features in Adobe Lightroom 4 are highlight and shadow recovery, photo book creation, location-based organization, white balance brush, additional editing brushes, extended video support, video publishing, soft proofing, enhanced online sharing integration, emailing from Lightroom and import of other libraries from competing applications.
Best of all, these great features arrive with less burden on your wallet: Adobe Lightroom 4 is only $149 for the full version and $79 for upgrade versions. A 30-day trial version is also available. Lightroom 4 retail boxed copies purchased from Adobe.com will receive free shipping through the end of March, but download delivery is also available for those less patient.
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