Adobe has released a new beta of its professional photo editing software, Lightroom. Now with full Windows support, Lightroom is generally seen as the main rival to Apple’s own Aperture software that shipped with the latest Intel Macs. As well being a photo organiser like Picasa and iPhoto, Lightroom allows professional and serious amateur photographers to import, edit and showcase large volumes of digital images in RAW format, resulting in true image manipulation without the compression that you get with jpeg formats. However, as with all betas, don’t expect Lightroom to work seamlessly just yet.
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