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Adobe Lightroom 3

Photoshop Lightroom is increasingly the package photographers turn to when they want an
efficient way to organise and adjust their images.

While even we get some free programes are fine for managing pictures from compact cameras,
they don’t offer the features that are needed to take full advantage of digital single-lens reflex (DSLR)

Most importantly, Lightroom allows full editing of Raw files produced by DSLRs. These files contain
the unedited, raw information about a scene that a camera sensor collects, whereas the Jpegs
preferred by compact cameras throw a lot of that information away. The extra information allows
Lightroom to apply more significant adjustments to the pictures, such as making cold-looking
images appear warm, without any loss of quality. It also allows pictures to store the details of more
shades of colour, resulting in better prints on photo printers.

And it’s not just picture quality that attracts photographers to Lightroom: the program’s powerful
features for adding keywords and captions to pictures are key to its appeal.

If Lightroom has a profile for your lens, it can also automatically make corrections for the inevitable
limitations in the design of the lens – for example, removing vignetting. If Lightroom doesn’t have
a profile, it’s likely that one will appear soon, because Adobe has released a free, downloadable
application to help users create profiles and share them over the internet.

a built-in upload-to-Flickr facility has been introduced, which works like a treat.

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