Logo for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Reviews and Cloudswave Rating

  • 76

    Cloudswave Score for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

    Rating based on 10 Critic Reviews

    9 Favorable reviews
    100 %
    0 Mixed reviews
    0 %
    0 unfavorable reviews
    0 %
  • Nearly everything else about Lightroom 5 is seriously impressive. Catalogue management remains fast and elegant. Image processing was already the best around, and now it’s better than ever. The mapping and printing functions are spot on, too. Some people will want to use it in conjunction with a fully fledged editor such as Photoshop Elements, but there’s increasingly little need.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • What do you like best?

    I've been using Lightroom since version 1 and have really enjoyed the benefits of being able to work on groups of photos at one time. The culling process has always been a pretty tedious task for photographers, but LR has made it extremely easy to filter through hundreds (and possibly thousands) of photos from your shoot. If you shoot RAW, then you know the files are huge, and LR does not even hiccup. You can apply filters, non-destructive edits, and even send your work directly into Photoshop for further enhancements. You can also integrate LR with your photo hosting site (i.e. SmugMug, Zenfolio, etc.). It's really an amazing workflow tool that I depend upon each time I shoot.

    What do you dislike?

    If there's one thing that I dislike about LR is the way you have to watermark your photos. I wish there was a way that you can do it right on the main editor, rather than having to go to the Export menu. It would be nice if we could apply a "Watermark" filter across many photos.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful

    What do you like best?

    Designed to assist users in managing large quantities of digital images and doing post production work. Combines photo management and editing in one interface.

    What do you dislike?

    Definitely not as intuitive as Photoshop.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful

    What do you like best?

    I can do 90% - 100% of my photo editing in Lightroom, without having to go to Photoshop

    What do you dislike?

    Sometimes the control settings aren't intuitive, and actually require cracking open (virtually) the manual. But that's rare.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
    Read all reviews on G2 Crowd
  • With the introduction of Lightroom 4, Adobe has added several useful new tools, and made great improvements in other areas. In this review, I'll take a look at the key new features in Lightroom 4. One of the biggest changes is the reduction in price.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Lightroom 4 looks very much like Lightroom 3 at first glance, but there have been some important changes. These include redesigned and improved image-editing tools, integrated photo books, a new Maps module for locating your photos on a map, basic video editing and enhancement tools, 'soft-proofing' for checking how your photos will look in different output devices and various other improvements.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Lightroom 4 is extremely capable and feature-packed. When considering the pros and cons of Lightroom 4, the fact is that most people will benefit from the pros and won’t be affected very much by the cons. In my view, Adobe has a winner in Lightroom 4.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 is worth the upgrade price for the Develop Module alone. The editing tools are more sophisticated than ever, yet often easier to use. Improved DNG output and email sharing might seem small at first, but with daily use of Lightroom, you'll be glad they are there. Some of the big additions, such as Map and Book, are certainly welcome to bring Lightroom up to date with Apple Aperture.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 is worth the upgrade price for the Develop Module alone. The editing tools are more sophisticated than ever, yet often easier to use. And the refinements don't stop there. Improved DNG output and email sharing might seem small at first, but with daily use of Lightroom, you'll be glad they are there.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • It's obvious that Adobe has gone to great lengths to meet the digital darkroom needs of photographers with Lightroom. Lightroom is best suited for serious amateurs and professional photographers who work with large numbers of images and who often work with raw camera files.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful

Free Download: Image & Photo Editing Software Pricing Guide

Enter your email and press continue to start downloading.

Detailed comparison of the 10 best Image & Photo Editing software!

One last step to begin your download:

Complete this brief form and we'll email you the PDF document.

Thank you for downloading the Detailed comparison of the 10 best Professional Images software white paper..

The white paper has been sent to your email. You can also download it right now from this URL: Detailed comparison of the 10 best Professional Images software


Detailed comparison of the 10 best Professional Images software