New Adobe Photoshop Lightroom software is the professional photographer's essential toolbox, providing one easy application for managing, adjusting, and presenting large volumes of digital photographs so you can spend less time in front of the computer and more time behind the lens.
Lightroom 1.4 includes corrections for the following issues:
Lightroom 1.4 includes the following known issues:
- Compatibility with legacy printer drivers on OS X 10.5 (Leopard) has
- Previous camera profiles identified in the Calibrate panel of the
Develop module may have displayed poor results at extreme ends of the
temperature and tint ranges. A new camera profile identified as Camera Raw
4.4 is now available and will be applied by default to all images without
existing Camera Raw or Lightroom settings. The creation of new default
profiles will also include the updated Camera Raw 4.4 profile. Images
edited in Camera Raw or Lightroom with earlier profiles will retain the
earlier profile value and visual appearance.
- In previous grayscale conversions the Color Noise setting was disabled
and this could result in an image with excessive noise when grayscale
channel mixing is applied. Both the tool and effect have been enabled in
Lightroom 1.4 providing the ability to reduce noise in grayscale
conversions. In order to return to the prior visual appearance, Color
Noise reduction can be set to zero.
- In the print module, deselecting the Identity Plate option when the
option to render on every image is already applied will result in no
change and the Identity Plate will be applied to every image. To remove
the Identity plates, deselect the option to render the Identity Plates on
every image then deselect the Identity Plate option.
Patches and updates
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