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Adobe Lightrooom 4 – Featured User member Iceman2058, was the first to write a user review for the latest version of Adobe’s ubiquitous photography workflow and RAW photo processing software, Lightroom 4. He wrote a nice, detailed review and since Lightroom is the de facto digital photography workflow standard, it never hurts to give it some more attention.

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Featured Review: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4

by Iceman2058 (Expert)

Review Date: May 3, 2012

Overall Rating: 4 of 5
Value Rating: 5 of 5

I’ve been using Lightroom since version 3, and was eager to try out 4 as soon as it came out. In terms of functionality and results, I have not been disappointed. In addition to still looking great in terms of IQ, the adjustments have been organized in a more logical manner. Highlight and shadow recovery have been simplified (although it is still a bit confusing to distinguish between highlights, shadows, whites, and blacks…but their effect is easy to experiment with, so you quickly pick up on when to use which). There are a number of adjustments available, starting from simple cropping, through general exposure control… (read more)

Iceman2058 is an avid mountain biker, snowboarder and photographer who lives in Israel. To see some of his photos, check out his Flickr photostream.

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