The first beta of Lightroom was released by Adobe in January 2006 and is poised as a direct competitor to Apple's Aperture.Adobe Photoshop Lightroom beta 4.0 offers improved digital photography workflow tools, including a precision white balance selection option and a more streamlined and elegant user interface experience with customizable controls. An intuitive new tone curve adjustment feature provides powerful image correction capabilities, allowing users to visually obtain excellent midtone, shadow and highlight adjustments.
I hate to even say this, but I think my machine has issues. I have a panorama program that renders QTVR's and a friend of mine's dual G5 2.0 is faster. God I do not want to start another drama. iTunes beachballs on startup. Photoshop take a little long to load images, I think. I just remember my 2.7 being faster. - but hell, it didin't work at all.Eraserhead said:Don't you have a G5 Quad? You shouldn't be having any speed problems with that .
What does this have to do with Lightroom?mi5moav said:MacBooks released today MacBookPros Soon Aperture update today new video/photo sharing site from Apple
Why don't you talk about this here.ajaygrover said:I think Apple would update the whole line of notebooks to core 2 duo just to confront the competition. Fujitsu Siemens if offereing Core 2 Duo notebook for just 900 Euros with 1 GB of RAM 1.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 80 GB of hard disk space.
Maybe Apple will even reduce the prices from 1099 Euros for an MB to 999 Euros
...Just waiting to get one
Sorry, I might have hijacked this thread with the front page story. MacBook update talk should probably go to this ongoing thread:iGary said:What does this have to do with Lightroom?
I see one more person invade another thread and start talking crap about these stupid laptop upgrades...
You're banned.arn said:Sorry, I might have hijacked this thread with the front page story. MacBook update talk should probably go to this ongoing thread: