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Adobe Updates: Photoshop Lightroom, free utilities

4 October 2012 2,450 views 3 Comments

Adobe has released a large number of photography related patches with Photoshop Lightroom 4.2 topping the list —  all-in-all, a big passel of Adobe updates

Our friends at Adobe have been busy, busy, busy and have released a large number of photography related updates with Photoshop Lightroom 4.2 topping the list, which offers RAW support for the latest greatest cameras — all-in-all, a big passel of Adobe updates.

Adobe has shipped Photoshop Lightroom 4.2, which brings support for 20+ new cameras, including the Canon EOS 650D/Rebel T4i, Fujifilm X-E1, Sony DSC-RX100 and Sony Alpha NEX-6 and 5R. This update also adds Album Support within the Revel Publish Service and fixes a number of bugs, including Map and Facebook issues.

• DNG Converter 7.2 adds support for the same new cameras as Lightroom 4.2. The updates are available in Photoshop CS6 via the in-app only Camera Raw 7.2 update.
• Muse 2.2.6 — New code signing certificates.
• Lens Profile Creator 1.0.4 — Enables the easy creation of lens profiles for use in the Adobe Photoshop family of products. No word on what’s new in this update.
• Lens Profile Downloader 1.0.1 — A free companion application to Photoshop CS6, Photoshop Lightroom 4, and the Camera Raw 7 plug-in. No word on what’s new in this update.
• DNG Profile Editor 1.0.4 — Enable photographers to edit camera profiles. No word on what’s new in this update.

That said, recent weeks have also seen numerous Adobe updates, including Photoshop Elements 11, InDesign, Acrobat and more.

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