Andy Eng: Well.... LR 4.1 *does* let me work with the 5DMrkIII that showed up in the mail, which is a lot more than I can say for lots of other fine products out there for the while.... :-D
Apple Aperture supports the 5D Mk III. Perhaps you should try that.
i would not be wrong but about the blur gallery , i remember a thirdy plugins that does the same job with a similar technology
Am i wrong?i don't remember the third part plugin
I do. It is pretty easy to use and creates realistic out of focus areas. I have not figured out how to be very precise in determining what is in focus and what is out of focus. Maybe I just have not worked enough with their "masking bug." I have not tried the CS6 blur filter yet, it appears that it might be a little easier to control than the OnOne version.
Are you thinking of FocalPoint from OnOne software?
Henry M. Hertz: the new dark UI may looks nice on the screen.
but it is not good for photographer who PRINT their images.
a neutral grey background is imho still the best to judge an image and edit it.
i mean... i really like the LR interface from, a visual viewpoint, dark as it is.but it leads to other color corrections then a grey background, because the human eye interprets the colors differently on different backgrounds.
sometimes when i switch from LR to photoshop i "notice" a slight colorshift.but it is just perception.
You can change the background to another color. Also, if you invoke soft-proofing, Photoshop will attempt to mimic the actual color of the paper on which you are printing, so that you can see how your print will look against that background.
mantra: i guess i would like the new acr (sadly i have to upgrade to cs6!)and the ability to enlarge the curve adjustament layer (in cs5 or cs4 is very tiny)
does someone know if there is only the rule of third in the crop ?
PS hope cs6 will use as well the GPU and video memory , the minimum is 500MB of video card!
There are actually six different overlays in the crop tool: rule of thirds, grid, diagonal, triangle, Golden Ratio and Golden Triangle.
Better video editing, maps, brightness and contrast, more adjustments controlled by brushes, books, stacks work throughout the application. Lightroom 4 is Aperture 3! It is no wonder people are asking about Faces.