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sylvanworksCLOSED
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Posted Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:16PM
Go forth and download.
sylvanworksCLOSED
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Posted Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:25PM
Comprehensive list of what's new.
sylvanworksCLOSED
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Posted Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:28PM
Some updated export plugins. Also LR2Mogrify

(Edited on 2008-07-28 22:30:25 by sylvanworks)
sylvanworksCLOSED
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Posted Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:40PM
Be sure to check out the new DNG Profiles (beta release), which provide a whole new range of possibilities for how your raw photos are rendered.
f00sion
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Posted Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:52PM
wooo, love the new panorama stuff, the 10,000 limit was really starting to annoy me.
kelvinjay
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Posted Tue Jul 29, 2008 4:03AM
Looks great - thanks for the info - I'm off to check it out.
animatephotographic
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Posted Tue Jul 29, 2008 5:36AM
Wow, thanks for the heads-up! I have been nagging my supplier for a date now for months and all he says is "no word". Eager to have a play now!
lauriek
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Posted Tue Jul 29, 2008 12:48PM
Looks good apart from the UK upgrade price of 83 pounds (or roughly $164) compared to $99 for US users. Also why in the name of all that's holy is the Download version 2 pounds more than the 'send me a CD' version, that's just crazy!
wdstock
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Posted Tue Jul 29, 2008 3:38PM
I'm wondering about the Camera Matching Profiles Specifically, myself and others have complained about the RAW processing on Canon files of ACR as compared to DPP. I wonder if this will bring ACR up to the level of DPP in terms of noise, look etc.? Would be nice!
InkkStudios
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Posted Tue Jul 29, 2008 6:08PM

I am hoping the Camera Matching profiles Help. LR has a problem with all raw profiles.  I use Nikon and bringing in Raw into LR would destroy my colors. I had to swtich to Nikon Capture to read them appropriately.


 


 
sylvanworksCLOSED
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Posted Tue Jul 29, 2008 6:59PM
You should absolutely try out the profiles. I think you'll be pleased. 
dcdp
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Posted Tue Jul 29, 2008 8:41PM

I would buy LR2 (and Photoshop) in a flash, however, through the US online store it costs US$299, through the Australian store it costs AUS$539 for a digital Download. The conversion rate is about 95c so it should only cost AUS$315, but Adobe is disgusting in the way it gouges anybody outside the US - that is a 70+% mark up. What's more, unlike iStock, I can't just buy it in US$ and let Visa or MasterCard do the conversion becuase Aodbe doesn't let you buy it in US$ unless you have a US or Canadian Credit Card.


There are raging complaints in the Adobe forums from Australian and European users, but Adobe is, as usual, deaf to it. Pathetic.
Kativ
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Posted Wed Jul 30, 2008 11:15AM
Absolutely love the new gradient adjustment tool and spot removal tool.
nano
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Posted Wed Jul 30, 2008 12:33PM

Posted By Kativ:
Absolutely love the new gradient adjustment tool and spot removal tool.

WOAH, so that's what that thing is! (gradient adjustment tool). Thanks, there Kativ.
Seems that LR wants ACR 4.5 installed in PSCS3. Is there a color shift or something that warrants the install of 4.5?
Kativ
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Posted Wed Jul 30, 2008 9:31PM
Sorry about that. It's called Graduated Filter (M) and not Gradient adjustment tool. (That looks like gradient tool in photoshop though, doesn't it?)


Posted By nano:


Posted By Kativ:
Absolutely love the new gradient adjustment tool and spot removal tool.


WOAH, so that's what that thing is! (gradient adjustment tool). Thanks, there Kativ. biggrin
Seems that LR wants ACR 4.5 installed in PSCS3. Is there a color shift or something that warrants the install of 4.5?
sylvanworksCLOSED
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Posted Thu Jul 31, 2008 2:41AM

Posted By nano:
Seems that LR wants ACR 4.5 installed in PSCS3. Is there a color shift or something that warrants the install of 4.5?


You'll need the new version of ACR to render adjustments from LR2 when sending photos to Photoshop for additional editing. Previous versions of ACR can't handle all the new fangled changes in LR2.
lance71
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Posted Thu Jul 31, 2008 3:16AM
sorry i have never used lightroom but would like to give it a try but what is ACR if im gonna need that?
sakaasa
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Posted Thu Jul 31, 2008 7:16AM
I upgraded from Lightroom 1.4 to the new Lightroom 2, but LR seems to be having problems with my files (25MB) if I ingest a folder with many images. I have no idea what the problem is but it appears as if LR is working very hard in the background. Is it right that large RAW files can make LR choke? I started a new database for LR2.
sylvanworksCLOSED
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Posted Thu Jul 31, 2008 8:01AM

Posted By lance71:
sorry i have never used lightroom but would like to give it a try but what is ACR if im gonna need that?


ACR = Adobe Camera Raw, and is the raw processing plugin for Photoshop.
QShot
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Posted Thu Jul 31, 2008 8:01AM
Posted By sakaasa:
I upgraded from Lightroom 1.4 to the new Lightroom 2, but LR seems to be having problems with my files (25MB) if I ingest a folder with many images. I have no idea what the problem is but it appears as if LR is working very hard in the background. Is it right that large RAW files can make LR choke? I started a new database for LR2.

It's probably generating new preview files for everything.... and that is going to choke it for a while.  Last time I imported 'thousands' of files in to LR is took it almost 36 hours to complete this.  It was dog slow until then, but after that was fine.
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