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PostPosted: Mon Jun 07, 2010 11:13 pm 
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The day I have been waiting for has arrived. Seems some of the world site have it up before the US site :?:

Anyway, for those in the UK and want to upgrade go here.

(Edited to include Cameralabs affiliate link to Adobe UK store - thanks! Gordon)

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:59 am 
Yep I just bought it. 15% discount with the beta program.

Then my laptop went flat, and I haven't been able to play with it. :(


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 8:19 am 
Just downloaded the upgrade, which went very smoothly. looking forward to seeing what changes have been made from the beta.
Have a look at Julieanne Kost, the Adobe Evangelist's site for a thorough run-down.
http://www.jkost.com/lightroom.html


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Seriously debating lightroom v.s. Bibble, so time to try out both :)

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anyone else finding it quite a bit slower than version 2? It also carries over localized brushes when you use the previous function for the next pic... don't care for that... it never did it in version 2.

some cool improvements though so my verdict is still out.

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Hmm, thats interesting. Whilst trying out in beta I felt was a bit faster.

Had an event yesterday, so I will be putting it thro its paces for real. so far the 1200 pics imported much quicker than would have with LR2, however whilst skipping thro a preview to weed out some out of focus, it would slow down to a halt. Just gonna start into my workflow now, so just have to wait and see.

Had a quick look at Bibble and going by the info looks very usefull, dont know if I could stand the pain of the learning curve to master it. Liked the idea of having layers to work within though.

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