Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ships to photographers

Photography is an essential part of the creative cycle. And professional photographers, as well as graphic designers and art directors, have long used digital image editors to adjust and retouch photographs.

Traditionally Adobe Photoshop has been the image editor of choice. But Photoshop can be a very large and complex tool and is not geared specifically at managing and processing large volumes of digital images.

This is where photographer's tools such as Adobe Photoshop Lightroom come in. In direct competition to Apple's Aperture, Lightroom aims to provide professional photographers with a photo management system for processing large amounts of RAW images. Indeed Adobe Photoshop Lightroom has support for over 150 camera raw formats and also supports JPEG, TIFF, DNG file formats.

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