The new version of the popular Adobe software melds traditional darkroom controls with the digital world
By Text And Photography By Rob Sheppard
Published August 12, 2008
Updated June 30, 2016
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 is an amazing program. I’ve been working with it throughout its development process, and I feel like I’m back in the world of the traditional darkroom, now for color images. Lightroom was designed to help the photographer gain more control over his or her images while maintaining an efficient and effective workflow. It’s about organizing digital images to make them more accessible, processing them quickly and then getting them to an audience through slideshows, prints or web galleries (and, of course, image files).
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