Adobe has launched their Lightroom 4 software today which has been designed to provide photographers both professional and enthusiast, with the tools they need to edit both images and video.
Adobe Lightroom 4 has been created to enable you to easily organise, enhance, and showcase your images and video all from one application, and supports both Macintosh and Windows machines.
The new Lightroom 4 software also now includes a photo GPS mapping feature which you can view in the video after the jump. To use the mapping software within Lightroom 4 you will need to be connected to the Internet for the map feature to work correctly.
The new software has been rolled out for $149 or $79 as an upgrade. Nearly half that of earlier prices of $299 and $99 for an upgrade. For more information on the new Adobe Lightroom 4 software, jump over to the Adobe website for details.
Source: AdobeFiled Under: Camera News, Technology News