GX1, E-PM2, M10
alanjdooley: Some people need to read the fine print when they "buy" software. Whether you get a box and disk or download the program, all you are buying is a license to USE the software. Adobe CC does not mean your software and photos are somewhere in the "cloud." It means you are purchasing the license to USE the software on a monthly basis. You can store all of your images and files on your own local computer, just as you always have. By your software checking periodically with Adobe, upgrades are downloaded as they are available. This is $120 per year software. That's all it is.
As soon as the payment missed the install software would be non functional.Leo
Marcin 3M: It is not $10 a month.It is monthly $10 for a lifetime.Adobe, let us pay more for the boxed versions. We want this, because it is cheaper.
What would be inflation effect on this $10/mo lifetime?Leo
wireless: I guess you guys won't be happy until you get it for free. Education, health care, food, college, housing, only when it's for free. Plenty of other products out there. Can't afford $120/yr - you should let your camera make jpg's and edit for you. I guess a $100 a month for cell phone or cable TV is okay but $10 for LR and PS is outrageous.
It is misunderstanding … No one country has free Education and Healthcare. Their population pay by from 50% to 76% taxes, which are the norm in these countries.I still prefer to own the license.Leo
My first reaction at the New page was ... Not Again :-) However, when opened and read to the end => I LIKE the update! Thank you.Leo
The LR3 Brightness was very useful for me. I have used Brightness/Exposure to keep highlights and brighten the mid-tones. Transferring the images processes as 2010 to 2012 may dramatically change my images end results. How I can brighten mid-tones without Brightness adjustment? :-(
Also, I do agree with zeroing the defaults values. I always set Brightness, Contrast and Black lever to zeros at the very beginning. The set Brightness=50%, Contrast=25% and Black lever 5% is equivalent to +1EV. The opened image would be always shown overexposed when opened with 50-25-5.
The added soft-proofing with Before and After is great!
Looking forward to upgrade!LeoPS Thank you for the update!!! - very helpful!
Barney Britton: Sorry everyone, technical issues here - this content isn't scheduled to publish until later tonight but the news story has got a bit ahead of itself. We're working to get everything on the site as soon as we can. Normal service will be resumed shortly.
Hi Barrney,It is very nice ho have new updates/posts from dpreview on weekens! :-)Leo