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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 for Mac [Download] [Old Version]

Platform : Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion
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4.4 out of 5 stars 78 customer reviews

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  • Get everything you need beyond the camera - Organize, perfect, and share - Lightroom combines all your digital photography tools in one fast, efficient application.
  • Get the best from every image - Get the highest possible quality from every pixel in your images, whether you shot them with a pro DSLR camera or a camera phone.
  • Share effortlessly - Craft elegant photo books and easily share your photographs on social networks or in web galleries, slide shows, prints, and more. Lightroom includes efficient tools to showcase your work for friends, family, and clients.
  • Highlight and shadow recovery - Bring out all the detail that your camera captures in dark shadows and bright highlights. Now you have more power than ever before to make great images under challenging lighting conditions.
  • Photo book creation - Create beautiful photo books from your images with a variety of easy-to-use templates included in Lightroom, and then upload your book for printing with just a few clicks.

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Platform: Mac Download

Product Description

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 software helps you create amazing images that inspire, inform, and delight. Bring out the best in every shot with powerfully simple one-click adjustments and a full range of cutting-edge advanced controls. Craft elegant photo books and effortlessly share your best shots on social networks, in web galleries, and more. Perfect your images, organize all your photographs, and share your vision—all with one fast, intuitive application.

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
The before-and-after comparison tool helps distinguish image adjustments (view larger).
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
Organize your photos by location (view larger).

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Overview

The Lightroom 4 software helps you create amazing images that inspire, inform, and delight. Bring out the best in every shot with powerfully simple one-click adjustments and a full range of cutting-edge advanced controls. Craft elegant photo books and effortlessly share your best shots on social networks, in web galleries, and more. Perfect your images, organize all your photographs, and share your vision—all with one fast, intuitive application.

New for Lightroom 4

Highlight and Shadow Recovery - Bring out all the detail that your camera captures in dark shadows and bright highlights. Now you have more power than ever before to make great images in challenging lighting conditions.

Photo Book Creation - Create beautiful photo books from your images with a variety of easy-to-use templates included in Lightroom, and then upload your book for printing with just a few clicks.

Superior Image Processing - Get the absolute best from your images with state-of-the-art image processing controls. Make precise overall adjustments or correct targeted areas.

Extended Video Support - Organize, view, and make adjustments and edits to video clips. Play and trim clips, extract still images from them, or adjust clips with the Quick Develop tool.

Advanced Black-and-White Conversion - Gain powerful control over the tonal qualities that make or break black-and-white images. Precisely mix information from eight color channels when you convert to grayscale.

Superior Noise Reduction - Achieve amazing, natural-looking results from your high ISO images with state-of-the-art noise reduction technology. Apply noise reduction to the entire image or target specific areas.

One-Click Adjustments to Multiple Images - Save time when processing many images. Apply the same develop settings, exposure, or contrast, for example—to all the photographs in a group at once using presets or syncing.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How does Adobe Photoshop Lightroom differ from Adobe Photoshop? - Adobe Photoshop Lightroom software provides all the tools you need for digital photography in one intuitive solution. Lightroom helps photographers work fast and efficiently, while maintaining the highest quality. Adobe Photoshop software is the industry standard in digital image editing, with advanced tools for detailed, pixel-level editing and working with multilayered files.

Q: Why should I use Lightroom if I already have Photoshop? - Lightroom is designed to boost your efficiency by handling all the tasks a digital photographer faces in one intuitive environment. It includes powerfully simple one-click adjustments, as well as the widest range of advanced tools for efficiently processing sets of images, organizing photo libraries, and sharing images.

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Comparison Chart Lightroom 2 Lightroom 3 Lightroom 4
Location-based photo organization X
Extended video support X
Importing libraries from other software X
Highlight and shadow recovery X
White balance brush X
Additional adjustment brush options X
Basic support for video files X X
Improved watermarking X X
Cross-platform 64-bit support X X
Multiple monitor support X X X
Simplified tone curve tools X X X
Red-eye removal X X X
Highlight and Shadow Recovery
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
After highlight and shadow recovery (view larger).

System Requirements

Windows
  • Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon 64 processor
  • Microsoft Windows Vista with Service Pack 2 or Windows 7 with Service Pack 1
  • 2GB of RAM
  • 1GB of available hard-disk space
  • 1024x768 display
  • DVD-ROM drive
  • Internet connection required for Internet-based services
Mac OS
  • Multicore Intel processor with 64-bit support
  • Mac OS X v10.6.8 or v10.7
  • 2GB of RAM
  • 1GB of available hard-disk space
  • 1024x768 display
  • DVD-ROM drive
  • Internet connection required for Internet-based services
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
Create elegant photo books (view larger).

Product Information

Platform:Mac Download
ASIN B007FZV00W
Release date March 6, 2012
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4.4 out of 5 stars 78 customer reviews

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I decided on this over Aperture due to concerns with Apple dragging their feet on their latest update. When I ask myself, which photo database system is more likely to still be supported 20 years from now, my gut tells me: Adobe.

I just love the way Aperture works. It doesn't hog a bunch of storage and memory. With all the keyboard shortcuts and presets, basic photo editing is about as quick and efficient as it could possibly be. I feel like I have plenty of control with file management.

Image quality is of course a major consideration. Coming from iPhoto and a few other basic programs, the difference in exposure compensation and highlight and shadow recovery is enormous. I don't mind losing old changes as I migrate all my images from iPhoto - Lightroom processing looks so much better, I'd rather go ahead and redo the important stuff.

Great as it is with RAW files, Lightroom also seems to have a very potent algorithm for adjusting JPEGs. That is a big bonus for me - it lets me do the bulk of my art cataloging shots in JPEG again.

Non-photo-savvy friends of mine were dismissing this program as an unnecessary expense. At least for this photo enthusiast, they couldn't have been more wrong. I wish I'd made this move years ago - there is certainly no way I could ever go back.
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As I started to get more serious about photography, I wanted to find something a little more sophisticated than iPhoto for organizing and processing my digital photos. Because I started using iPhoto, I was naturally drawn to Aperture, which allows for a relatively seamless transition. As I read more about photography, I kept hearing about Lightroom, so I decided on a whim to give it a try (30 days free trial). By the end of the 30 days, I was hooked and had stopped using Aperture completely. Don't get me wrong, Aperture is nice and has a few features which I like better (for example, I do miss face recognition as a way to organize and locate photos). In terms of organizing, I think both programs do a great job. In all, however, I felt Lightroom's processing tools are much more intuitive and simpler to use, even if there is somewhat of a learning curve. For example, the ability to "drag" the histogram makes processing photos that are over / underexposed a snap.

As I said above, both are good programs, but in the end, I found that I like Lightroom better than Aperture. In addition, I was sold because I felt like Adobe would continue to support LR, whereas I worry about Apple's emphasis on mobile devices and whether it would continue to give programs like Aperture the attention they deserve.
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Use Lightroom 4 all the time. Took a lot of on line tutorials to learn as it is different from Photoshop. In my opinion it is the best program to make your photos the best they can be. Fun to use. Like the way Amazon lets you download this program immediately and they keep a copy for you to download later if needed.
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Used to use iPhoto but found its processing capabilities very limited. Aperture had enough functionality but was really slow (unusable) on a relatively new Macbook Pro. Lightroom is a bit too advanced for me, but significantly faster. Now that I have gotten used to it I find it really useful. However it does not integrate well (or I have not figured out how) with the Apple eco-system. Like syncing with Photo stream or viewing on Apple TV or syncing with my phone... That is the key downside.
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I have been using Aperture since version 1, but lately I have been a little frustrated with Apple not dedicating more resources/effort into refreshing their pro apps. Adobe Lightroom has some features that are appealing to me, including lens correction, better publishing/export & significantly better noise reduction sliders. I felt at the time it was the best option moving forward.

So I purchased Lightroom for Mac and dedicated the whole weekend to learning the software. The first issue (which I knew going into it) was getting all my Aperture photos into Lightroom. Files edited in Aperture cannot be imported into Lightroom w/ corrections (unless exported as jpegs). This is not a knock on LR as much as it is a simple incompatibility with the software. I overcame this and moved on.

Immediately I noticed the organization and overall flow of LR was significantly different than Aperture. Simple things like drag and drop to the desktop were not there. Smart folders (or smart collections) were extremely limited. The library view was very clunky and space was wasted w/ oversized photo icons. Jumping in and out of these modules just seemed unnatural. I am sure with time many of these things would become second nature, but overall the library organization was just unbelievably bad.

The Develop module has Aperture beat on many items, and with powerful photoshop features built in how could it not? But then simple things like previewing different B&W settings before you apply were not there (as they are in Aperture). A simple but very effective first line edit - pro auto enhance in Aperture, does not exist in LR. Aperture also beats LR in brushes. Editing photos just seemed so much easier in Aperture.
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