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Discussion in 'Adobe Processing Products' started by Luke_Miller, Jun 26, 2007.
Downloading as I type this :smile:
Is this a new version?
Let me know if there are any critical differences!
Yes, it is a new version with too many differences to list here.
Plus lots of fixes, but still work to be done.
I say it is a substantial improvement, which is to be expected this early in the product life.
thanks, I loaded it as well
Let me know what you think and how our work is developing!! Please......
Sweet! Really liking the Clarity adjustment.
Sounds like they have incorporated some of the ACR 4.1 features.
Yes the clarity is cool, it is a local contrast tool.
David, do you use a develop preset for your D200?
Would it be valuable to collect our experience of develop presets for Nikon models?
It could be the other way around Walter:wink::wink::biggrin::biggrin:
They do use the same processing system, that is why.
Hope you enjoy the new version.
Snap on the last posting time!!!
Nope, but sounds like a good idea.
If you would like, I can email you a sample to try
One big thing to be careful of:
Catalogs upgraded to Lightroom 1.1 format cannot be opened by Lightroom 1.0
Backup first just in case you need to go back
Yes that is a good point and READ the READ ME !!
Send me an email to:[email protected]
Let me know your OS so I can let you know where to put it.
At the risk of sounding like an idiot. . . when you say Catalogs, are you talking about my picture folders. Does this mean once I upgrade I can no longer open pictures in 1.0?
I performed the regular LR backup to a folder on my HD. Is this all that is needed to be able to be backward compatible to 1.0?
Thanks for your help. I can't wait to check out 1.1!!!
It means that LR v1.0 will not open new catalogs.
I recommend deleting v1.0 before installing 1.1.
When your library is converted to a catalog you ought to have no reason to go back. I haven't yet except for testing purposes.
Hope that helps.......:wink:
I posted some info here:
The 1.1 release has changed Lr from an app I was waiting to use to one I can use. I have found significant performance increases, plus I can now ingest historic jpgs and NEFs in the same folder.
There are still some hiccups, but so far they seem minor. The program is developing the polish you expect from an adobe app.
Great huh Rory, how'd you like to email me the file from the shot you posted to see what I do with it? Just to give another perspective as it looks a bit flat on my Mac screen.
I sent you an email from the cafe. When you answer I will have an email address to send you the file Geoff.