onOne Software has announced version 8 of its Perfect Photo Suite program, available as a standalone version as well as for Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, Elements and Apple Aperture. The software will be available on November 26 but can be pre-ordered now. If you want to be one of the first to go hands-on with version 8, a free beta program is being launched in October.
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Couch potatoes rejoice: you can now browse your Lightroom images using an Apple TV. Adobe’s Lightroom for Apple TV app, which is available now for free, will work on 4th generation Apple TV set-top boxes and requires a Creative Cloud subscription. Once it’s loaded on your set, you can view images in a slideshow, stop... More ›
Road warriors rejoice. Adobe is rolling out a major update to Lightroom mobile (iOS v. 2.4) that addresses a key wishlist item for many shooters: the ability to transfer and edit RAW images on iOS-based mobile devices. With the update, users can transfer RAW image files from their cameras to an Apple device via Apple’s... More ›
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