Lightroom 4.1 update released with X Pro 1 support

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Andrew David
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Lightroom 4.1 update released with X Pro 1 support
May 30, 2012

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.1

The Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 4.1 update includes these enhancements:

• The ability to process HDR TIFF files. (16, 24 or 32-bit TIFF files)
• Additional Color Fringing corrections to help address chromatic aberration.
• Save photobooks created in the Book Module to JPEG
• Publishing photos to Adobe Revel is now accessible via a Publish plugin

• Additional camera support for several new cameras including the Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Fujifilm X-Pro1, Nikon D800, and Olympus OM-D E-M5.
• Corrections for issues introduced in previous versions of Lightroom.

http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/product.jsp?product=113&platform=Windows
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Re: Lightroom 4.1 update released with X Pro 1 support
In reply to Andrew David, May 30, 2012

Absolutely floored. So glad I have not returned my camera and 18mm. Very impressed by the resolution and sharpness..
Wow.

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Re: Lightroom 4.1 update released with X Pro 1 support
In reply to sescobedo, May 30, 2012

I have been shooting the XPro 1 since April and just realized I don't have a single RAW image.

I will fix that tomorrow.

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Re: Lightroom 4.1 update released with X Pro 1 support
In reply to Andrew David, May 30, 2012

Colors from SilkyPix looks more natural for me...
I'll be waiting PhaseOne.

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Lens Correction Profiles?
In reply to Andrew David, May 30, 2012

I just downloaded 4.1, but it doesn't look like there lens profiles??
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Re: Lens Correction Profiles?
In reply to Jeff Seltzer, May 30, 2012

I Wonder if the fuji lens info is cooked into the raw data.

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Jeff Seltzer wrote:

I just downloaded 4.1, but it doesn't look like there lens profiles??
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The update didn't include lens profiles for the Fuji lenses.

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In reply to elithrar, May 30, 2012

Does anyone know what's the typical timeframe between LR support and Aperture support for a given camera?

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Seahster wrote:

Does anyone know what's the typical timeframe between LR support and Aperture support for a given camera?

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Much much slower. Sometimes never.

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Odd effect on tree-structures in Landscapes fotos...
In reply to Andrew David, May 30, 2012

Hello,

so, just tried to develope some RAWs in LR4.1. Overall not bad, but if you develope landscape-pictures you get some very odd painting-effects in the structures of the trees and bushes.

I think there is still some work to do for Adobe.

So far, I stick with JPG.

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Example (100% Crop):

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Re: Odd effect on tree-structures in Landscapes fotos...
In reply to Daniel from Bavaria, May 30, 2012

It might be over-sharpening no ?
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.. here is the correct 100% crop:

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Re: Odd effect on tree-structures in Landscapes fotos...
In reply to Daniel from Bavaria, May 30, 2012

You can see this "painting effect" already in the internal processed Jpegs out of the camera. I don't think it is peculiar to the Lightroom Camera RAW, it rather seems to be a characteristics of the Fuji sensor layout. I wonder why you can see this effect in distant trees and not in close subjects though.

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Nooooooo.... seriously though, I think Apple have more or less abandoned the professional market, they're just trying to sell us more iPhones and iPads, Aperture, Final Cut Pro are all but abandoned or dumbed down. I might have to jump ship to Lightroom soon but the thought of migrating over 60,000 photos in Aperture terrifies me.

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Seahster wrote:

Does anyone know what's the typical timeframe between LR support and Aperture support for a given camera?

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Apeerture support
In reply to Seahster, May 30, 2012

A week ago Aperture released raw support from Canon EOS 1 D-Z, Nikon D800E, Olympus OM-D M5. So Apple have not abandoned Aperture. I hope they get on with the X-Pro1

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Re: Odd effect on tree-structures in Landscapes fotos...
In reply to haepschi, May 30, 2012

Sorry, but there is no painting-effect in the JPGs.

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100% crop:

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Re: Odd effect on tree-structures in Landscapes fotos...
In reply to Daniel from Bavaria, May 30, 2012

I hope DPreview look into this in their forthcoming review of the X-Pro 1. I'd like to know more about this before I decide what to think. The jpeg looks better here - since a raw and a jpeg are made from the same sensor data, it must be possible to develop raw pictures without this painterly effect.

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In reply to HakanL, May 30, 2012

I am pretty disappointed with the LR rendering of the XP1 raw files. RPP on the Mac shows that there is a lot more detail in the files than this, though the difficulty is the colour aliasing on edges that VNG is giving, it looks like Adobe are trying to smooth that out and the result is loss of micro contrast which shows especially in green foliage.
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In reply to Seahster, May 30, 2012

Migrating your Masters is (relatively) easy - it's the fact that all your adjusted files won't go with it that would be the issue.

Having recently acquired Capture One Pro I have seen just how good RAW can be - neither LR nor Aperture get close to CO6 IMV.

If CO6 supported the XP1 I would stick with Aperture as the library system is just fine. I certainly won't migrate my similarly sized library just so I can use RAW XP1 files!

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Nooooooo.... seriously though, I think Apple have more or less abandoned the professional market, they're just trying to sell us more iPhones and iPads, Aperture, Final Cut Pro are all but abandoned or dumbed down. I might have to jump ship to Lightroom soon but the thought of migrating over 60,000 photos in Aperture terrifies me.

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Seahster wrote:

Does anyone know what's the typical timeframe between LR support and Aperture support for a given camera?

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Much much slower. Sometimes never.

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