Photoshop Lightroom 1.0

Photoshop Lightroom 1.0

 

 

Click the bull's eye under certain adjustment tools and you can make tonal changes by directly clicking and dragging your image.

 

 


Hover over any adjustments in the History panel and you'll see a preview of what your image looked like at that stage of editing. Click the adjustment and your image will revert to that state.

 

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stroymart

Thanks a lot - good article.

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Nebogo

I use Photoshop Lightroom.
Thanks

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Antony Mp3

Its great plugin, very powerfull. Help me in work.

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Piner

Help me too in work. Very nice plugin. Thank!

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Женский журнал

So please try to keep up the great work all the time.

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Ranger 9

Just a counterpoint to your reviewer's characterization of Lightroom as "responsive" and "fast": Maybe it is, in the sort of light-duty use a reviewer might give it.

But once your library gets up to 20,000 or so raw files (not an unusual number by professional or serious-amateur standards) Lightroom becomes noticeably sluggish -- just opening the application takes a couple of minutes, and if you've moved any files from one volume to another, operations crawl while it tries to locate them.

Sure, state-of-the-art Mac hardware would help -- but that negates one of Lightroom's claimed advantages over Aperture. (At least Apple is upfront in restricting Aperture to machines on which it can give decent performance.)

Personally, I'm stuck with Lightroom: I do a lot of shooting with an Epson R-D 1 camera, a model which Aperture doesn't support, so Lightroom is my only option for comprehensive raw-file management. But its performance in day-to-day use is certainly nothing to celebrate.

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Infobud

Thanks a lot - good article.

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