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  • Lightroom 4 beta

    http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/lightroom4/

    I'm excited about;
    ...basic video editing
    ...RGB curves

    http://www.lightroomqueen.com/2012/0...room-4-0-beta/

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    Re: Lightroom 4 beta

    RGB curves

    in the develop module go to;

    Tone Curve > point curve and the RGB will pop up.

    it's explained at about 5 minutes in this video

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    • #3
      Re: Lightroom 4 beta

      I watched the launch on Kelby Training and have downloaded the beta to check out the new features. Am looking forward to checking them out. Thanks for adding the Adobe Youtube video links, Nasturtium. Kelby has a learning page also with videos - I'm sure I'll be checking them all out while I try to get comfortable with the new features. The Develop panel changes are most important to me, but I'm also interested in the Book creation feature using Blurb.

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      • #4
        Re: Lightroom 4 beta

        Has anyone ever heard of Corel Aftershot?

        Chris Orwig has a series on Lynda.com for the LR4 Beta

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        • #5
          Re: Lightroom 4 beta

          Originally posted by Nasturtium View Post
          Has anyone ever heard of Corel Aftershot?
          Not until you mentioned it ;-). But I'm seeing more news coming through since.

          Corel for Mac, who'da thought?

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            Re: Lightroom 4 beta

            so I took the new software out for a spin. I really like it because with LR3 I was always over doing things. There still isn't a way to dial back the whole effect but now with the new way the controls are arranged into shadows/highlights and such I find that my edits are much more subtle.

            I still haven't figured out the book mode to my liking -- it's kinda cool that you can make a PDF with the images positioned in countless ways. But I seem to be incredibly picky when it comes to making photobooks -- I want them the way I want them...haven't found a way to do that with LR4...yet.

            When I started to process these pictures taken yesterday in LR3...I just couldn't. Instead I brought them into LR4 where I could do as I wished with them.
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